There was a lot of big tech news breaking this week, which meant a lot of questions to answer about what happened. That was dominated at the beginning of the week by the story we broke on Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer’s hot-button ban of working from home for employees, in a bid to turn the Silicon Valley Internet giant around quickly.
Thus, here’s a rundown of some video appearances that staffers at AllThingsD.com made on a number of topics:
I appeared on CBS This Morning for a piece on the funny farewell of fired Groupon leader Mason.
And here’s Walt Mossberg on WSJ’s online video show on the new Pebble Smart Watch, which allows users to check your phone notifications and control your music without having to pull out an Apple iPhone or Google Android smartphone to control it:
Meanwhile, ATD reviewer Lauren Goode appeared on Tech News Today, to talk about the launch of the Leap Motion motion-control sensor and more:
Of course, it was the Yahoo work-from-home controversy that was of particular interest to the national media, where the topic blew up like a Roman candle.
Here I am on CBS This Morning:
And then on Piers Morgan show on CNN:
Finally, there was a very good roundtable on PBS’s MediaShift’s weekly podcast called Mediatwits, which covered WFH and also the Twitter attack on the unfunny Oscars:
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