After 14 months of stealth
parody of Apple's iconic leader, we
now know who the Fake Steve Jobs has been all along. The decidedly old-media
New York Times unmasked the legendary blogger and new-media meme as...Forbes
Senior Editor Dan Lyons, who just happens to be one of your editor's former
colleagues! (OK, so your editor worked at the same publication as Lyons about
10 years ago and met him once -- it still counts! And we at RCPU can confirm
that Mr. Lyons is a very funny guy.)
With Lyons out as Fake Steve, the comparisons
of Real Dan to Fake Steve have begun, and even the Fake Bill Gates (on a
site full of fake-somebody bloggers that frankly should be funnier) has
Oh, sure, this probably seems a little silly -- and, well, it is. It's not
even Microsoft-related, and it has even less to do with Microsoft partners.
But, hey, it's August, and we don't exactly have news through a fire hose this
week. In fact, it's been more like news dripping from a leaky faucet lately.
So, to our ol' buddy Dan -- who, apparently, will continue to write his blog
as Fake Steve and has a Fake
Steve book coming out, we say, "Bravo!" And thanks for the virtual
Posted by Lee Pender on 08/07/2007 at 1:21 PM
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