Goodbye Jeremy Wright

Jeremy WrightI’ve written before about the craven cowardice of Jeremy Wright, founder of the b5media blog network. As expected, with cowardice comes misery. Realizing that his life was spiraling down the toilet, Jeremy has stepped down as CEO of b5media.

As a former top ten tech blogger for b5media, I cannot reveal the details of my dealings with this coward. Let’s just say that I am very, very, very happy for the entire online media industry today. Good riddance to the man who reduced a hard-hitting, far-reaching blog network to a handful of fluff-piece sweatshop splogs.

(Photo by Randy Stewart.)

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9 Comments (with 3 Conversations) on “Goodbye Jeremy Wright”
  1. RAstaMONch says:

    Wasn’t he featured in an earlier blog post of yours?

  2. jepoy says:

    OT: mike, i can’t post a comment when using Opera Mini… your plugin prohibits proxy server users 😛

  3. Jake-M says:

    Jeremy gave too much time to b5, and realized that it was taking too much out of him.
    Since when is it cowardice to realize that you have to make important changes, then balling up and making them?

    Criticizing your old boss and kicking him when he’s down is a lot more cowardly in my opinion.

    Do you know Jeremy?
    Do you call him on the phone?
    Do you have a dorsal fin????

  4. Jake-M says:

    well, Mike, I can definitely understand your point of view. Jeremy used to be your boss, but isn’t anymore, so you obviously don’t see eye to eye.

    I guess you know what it means to do what your company needs from you, but Jeremy doesn’t.

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