The #MeToo-Fueled Character Assassination of Nolan Bushnell
[This piece appeared in my original video on YouTube. It has been slightly modified for ease of reading.]
For those of you who would rather read my story of how Twitter activists wielded #MeToo as a weapon to assassinate the character of Nolan Bushnell with incorrect information.
This is an important story that needs to make the rounds. Former Atari employees, including women and the creator of Pong, speak out in defense of Nolan Bushnell. Video -
Liana (censored) Kerzner
Gee, remember when Milo said I wasn't a real journalist and it was rightly labelled sexist? We have the inverse happening here to an award winning journalist,
Misandry isn't feminism.
The creator of Pong directly refutes one of Brianna's Wu's claims about Nolan Bushnell. Several women who worked for Atari refute the others. Where are you,
This is a great, illuminating piece by
on the railroading of Nolan Bushnell by trigger happy #MeToo activists looking for attention
Nolan Bushnell had his GDC award rescinded because of fakenews spread by The Verge and Brianna Wu. Women of Atari rallied to correct the record, but it was too late. A good man was tarnished forever
You really do relish in ruining men's lives, don't you
? You complete and utter arsehole. Here are accounts of people that ACTUALLY worked with him and proving you wrong.
I didn't expect an award the last two years that I received one, but this time I'm hoping my Nolan Bushnell story places high. Not because I want the award, but because that story deserves more publicity.
How did I miss this? Amazing exposé of a baseless #MeToo campaign against Atari co-founder Nolan Bushnell. Read the whole thing. Great reporting by
Hoping one of you big guys pick up this story, because the media won't touch it. Article -
Culture clash: sexually permissive 1970's workplace meets 2010's #metoo.
Could not stop reading this fascinating piece: “The #MeToo-Fueled Character Assassination of Nolan Bushnell” by
“The #MeToo-Fueled Character Assassination of Nolan Bushnell” by