Two days ago, LoÃ¯c LeMeur responded in much depth to the stinging criticism of him regarding the LeWeb3 and his surprise inclusion of French politicians.So if you're going to make a mistake in public and want everyone to know about it while you come out smelling like roses, this is the way to do it:
That's a very cynical view of the past week, and frankly it's what many people believed until LoÃ¯c followed Robert Scoble's good advice and explained his perspective in great detail. To his credit, it's a very complete post and it does clear out many if not all of the conspiratorial breadcrumbs about surprises and who got who fired. Actually, his response is so long, it's possible that he was spending all his time composing it while the storm worsened and people wondered when he would finally speak up. In fact, as Ewan McIntosh nicely points out, LoÃ¯c could have followed his own advice on avoiding just this kind of difficult situation.
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