Craigslist founder interviewed on CNN

Craig Newmark, founder of Craigslist, in an interesting interview with CNN on what he hopes will be Craigslist’s legacy:

People will realize that people everywhere are OK. You’ve got to be a little careful, but people are OK.

It’s a nice interview. And, in case you hadn’t realised (I hadn’t), Craigslist has a Bangalore edition too. Go read the interview first.

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2 thoughts on “Craigslist founder interviewed on CNN

  1. People will realize that people everywhere are OK. You’ve got to be a little careful, but people are OK
    I am discovering that to be quite true and slowly breaking away from my earlier perception that the internet usually teems with psychos who thrive on anonymity.

    On an unrelated note–Help please !!
    Feedburner came up with an error. It is something to do with this strange parameter that appeared below my initial two posts.No idea how it got there, since that line does not appear anywhere in the template.
    http://smithae.blogspot.com/atom.xml
    Any idea??

  2. Yeah, I agree. I think people are okay for the most part, online or otherwise. You get your share of psychos everywhere anyway.

    In an unrelated note, I sent you an email about your Feedburner problem. Your Atom feed works though, I was able to download the feed in my feed reader.

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