Earlier this week news reports surfaced that Sarah Lane, 40, and her partner had split up.Is the former host of ‘Attack of the Show’ really single again? (read more)Lane spotted alone A fan spotted Sarah Lane walking alone, probably coming back from picking up her mail at the end of her several mile long driveway, on the afternoon of June 1, 2017. “Definitely yes,” says the fan, adding that “She was wearing a large sweater and looked really cute! A rep for Sarah Lane was not immediately available for comment.You would think Sarah would be tired by now, but she just keeps on truckin.Disclosure: Owns AOL stock from an employer grant and purchase program.Think about a world with no real outreach options, no social news machine... So for that reason and also because I love the dirty south, I'm really happy to be "back".Please buy me a margarita if you see me out and about and in return I will add you to my Snapchat story.
You Tube existed, but nobody was making money as an internet star outside the traditional channels of success and fame. I now know hundreds of talented people working in media all over the world, many of them in LA itself.
A self-described Apple fan is going to work for Google, to spend Google's money on things that will inevitably compete with Apple, all the while writing about both mega-companies and their myriad competitors for a giant website owned by AOL. "Don’t worry, I’m bringing my i Phone with me," Siegler winks. The next step for MG will be to literally become a piece of silicon which Siegler can then dump seed money into and cover in a newsletter.
In one of the most noxious things you can find online, Siegler once said that he was restless—"I just haven’t found that next game in blogging to win yet. Now he has won, a terrifying mixture of flak meets Voltron, a vertically integrated who both writes and cashes the checks.
He has been deeply involved in the startup space since 2005, first as a web developer, then as a writer, and most recently as an investor and advisor. was a founding partner of Crunch Fund, an early-stage investment fund. still writes a column for Tech Crunch on top of writing on his own sites and from time-to-time doing movie reviews in haiku.
Siegler is a general partner at Google Ventures, where he primarily focuses on early-stage investments. graduated from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor before moving out west to work in Hollywood.