A tech marketer saved his nephew; a tech writer was rescued by an ambulance. The Twitterati saw the whole thing.
Tech writer Milo Yiannopoulos tweeted his medical collapse, until the mean old ambulance man insisted he stop. Compassion is truly dead.
Former Tesla exec Darryl Siry waited until after his medical crisis had passed to microblog it.
The Washington Post's Ezra Klein was treated with basic human decency by one of his subjects. Very sneaky, that.
NBC's Dan Abrams, whose new company pays journalists for advice, wants to see our ponies. No. (Not without a consulting fee, at least.)
Jason Pontin of MIT Technology Review couldn't find a press contact at Google. If only the operating system company would develop some sort of effective internet finding-things technology for this kind of problem!
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