• http://gigaom.com/author/robert-young/ Robert Young

    I have 3 daily “must-reads” and Techmeme is one of them. But it’s the only one that I visit *several* times every day… talk about sticky (almost as much as email). Gabe has created something potentially huge here. I would love to do business with him.

  • gary

    Gabe’s sites are also great to browse while on the go, when you have a spare moment or two.

    All optimized for mobile.




  • http://mediavidea.blogspot.com Pramit

    I wrote an article on 15 Jan titled ‘The Attention Economy is an A-listers’ Economy’, where I analyzed Techmeme’s success as well.

  • http://dondodge.typepad.com/the_next_big_thing/2007/01/techmeme_is_my_.html Don Dodge

    Danny, Great interview! Excellent questions about how TechMeme works and some of the echo chamber issues.

    Like you, TechMeme is my main source for what is hot in the tech world. I check it several times a day.

    I did an interview with Gabe about a year ago. Gabe told me these are the only interviews he has done in 2 years. My interview got into how he got started, how it is different from Digg, and some more about how it works. You can read my interview here
    Don Dodge

  • http://www.irwebreport.com/daily/ Dominic Jones

    Great interview. I’m longing for the day when Gabe decides to let us create our own verticals using his technology.

  • http://sethf.com/ Seth Finkelstein

    Good point, Pramit.

    I’ve made similar commentary from a slightly different angle

    “Techmeme” creator Q-and-A, or – Serving The A-list For Fun And Profit

    Danny: Good interview. Suggestion for another topic – the Megite tracker, it’s similar but apparently broader (I have no connection to them, just alternatives should be encouraged).

  • http://engtech.wordpress.com engtech

    TechMeme is great. I’m always very honoured when I see that one of my blog posts have made it onto it.