I am not sure that anyone in the tech world has written about Twitter more than the popular news site TechCrunch. You may have a hard time picking out the single most popular Twitter post since after 38 pages of search results on the subject I lost count of the number of articles. The most popular recently was the scandal involving ill-gotten documents from the folks at Twitter which Tech Crunch promptly published. But more on that in a minute.
Twitter launched today their Twitter 101 pages and of note was their "Key Resources" page which is contained under the domain related to http://business.twitter.com/twitter101/. I quickly glanced at the people that were listed on the page, and noticed right away that TechCrunch had been snubbed. Not a single time was TechCrunch mentioned. You would think with 38 pages of info on the company and some of the best Twitter evangelists on the planet, they could have worked a link back to TechCrunch somewhere. Some of the best Twitter information contained anywhere is contained on the TechCrunch site.
Now this could just be a matter of numbers or it could be that they could not find a good snapshot overview of their service or it could be some other political reason that Twitter was quick to leave TechCrunch off the list as I mentioned above and wrote about in the TechCrunch and the Twitter Documents post.
This is not going to be too unlike the "Suggested Users" list and I am sure there will be plenty of folks that will be screaming about why they were not one of the featured resources that are listed. Congrats to Chris Brogan for getting on this page with his 50 Ideas on Using Twitter for Business. Okay, their might only be 10 in there but 50 was a good number.
Sorry TechCrunch I can assure you that the folks at Twitter are not going to cut you much slack from here forward, but keep up the good reporting and evangelizing!
[Hat Tip to Laughing Squid Links for beginning the inspiration for this post through the photo above.]