“I officially quit all social media. Worthless other than to find a random friend from 20 years ago or more. Adios mofos…your tweets and updates will have to wait until we meet face to face…otherwise, I couldn’t give a rat’s ass what’s ‘on your mind.'”
— Craig Walker, the cofounder of GrandCentral, the Web-based application that works like an automated switchboard, routing a person’s calls to whichever phone he or she wants to ring. Google bought the company for about $50 million in 2007 and has since renamed it Google Voice.
Appropriately, Walker posted the update on Facebook.