The founder of craigslist, the free social networking and classifieds Web site, said on Thursday he is not interested in selling out, a few hours after social networking site MySpace was valued at $15 billion. „Who needs the money? We don’t really care,“ Craig Newmark said in an interview at the Picnic ’06 Cross Media Week conference here. „If you’re living comfortably, what’s the point of having more?“ Newmark said… Craigslist, despite its no-frills layout, gets more than four billion page views per month with just 22 employees.
siehe auch Netzeitung, die Craig portraitiert.