Don't invite veteran software designer Scott Jenson to your next tech conference, unless you're prepared to sell out Madison Square Garden: ReadWrite reports the stuck-up veteran bailed on a speaking gig, scoffing "I do not speak to small groups."
Google's "Don't Be Evil" mantra has been giggle-inducing for some time now, but even expecting them not to be "kinda pissy and arrogant" seems too much to expect:
According to eyewitnesses, Google product strategist Scott Jenson angrily stormed out of a conference in San Francisco Tuesday, 30 minutes before he was scheduled to deliver a keynote address—a week after inviting himself onto the program via Twitter.
And then he left.
ReadWrite adds that Jenson had invited himself to speak at the conference via Twitter.