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"Fake Steve Jobs" is Daniel Lyons, in case anyone wants to sue

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The New York Times has the news that Fake Steve Jobs, the anonymous blogger pretending to be Apple's Steve Jobs, is actually Daniel Lyons of Forbes. Why am I not surprised? Maybe we should be, since this is the man who wrote about the "evils" of anonymous blogging in "Attack of the Blogs", where he said that blogs are “the prized platform of an online lynch mob spouting liberty but spewing lies, libel and invective.”

Um. Dude. Talk about world class hypocrisy.

He says he's worried now about being sued. From his lips to God's ears, as they say. The question is, was he put up to this? Here's something of interest, a headline from last month on Techsploder:

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