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TechCab Confessions: Julia Allison

Posted in GETV Episode by ekai on the May 12th, 2009

Now for a second installment of our Tech Cab Confessions series, we have none other than NonSociety’s Julia Allison, who answers Irina’s never-ending query of how geeks have “destroyed themselves of others” on the internet. In case you are new to our Tech Cab, Irina drove around Austin, picking up her victims, oops, we mean fares, who confessed live on camera their deepest secrets and sins to you, our fair viewers. Julia Allison has written for Time Out New York, Star Magazine, Huffington Post, and has reported for MSNBC and Fox. In this confession, Julia drops her guard and dishes on her ex-boyfriend Jake Lodwick (one of the founders of Vimeo), her non-relationship with Kevin Rose, her decision to quit self-promoting herself, her realization that people were laughing at her and not with her, and gives advice to little girls about to embark on a career in internet fame. What a confession, what raw material for guest editor Richard Bluestein to mold into an episode. Who’s Richard you ask? Why, he’s Madge Weinstein, host of Yeast Radio, one of the most popular podcasts in the history of the internet. We think Madge and Irina were related in a prior immigration experience, but they’re all hush hush. They definitely share at least one organ, but they won’t say which one.

Episode links: TechCab Confessions, Julia Allison, NonSociety, Madge Weinstein

5 Responses to 'TechCab Confessions: Julia Allison'

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  1. tttttbx said,

    on May 12th, 2009 at 2:09 pm

    SO I HERD U LIEK GIRLS #automemefox

  2. on May 12th, 2009 at 2:27 pm

    That was awesome! The only weird thing is I feel I should have watched this on a tumblr than on a wordpress blog.

  3. ekai said,

    on May 12th, 2009 at 2:46 pm

    Reblog it and make it true, Tumblrmastr Rabinowitz!

  4. on May 18th, 2009 at 5:05 pm

    “the internet is not a safe place” – Julia Allison

  5. Alex Wu said,

    on July 9th, 2009 at 11:39 am

    That's quite an interesting interview. She is right, some people can't take the joke, and couldn't see the real Julia.