Tangle Grid featured on 01time Studio show with Adam Time

Tangle Grid‘s Winterfest was featured on the latest episode of 01time Studio with Adam Time.

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Maria Korolov

Maria Korolov is editor and publisher of Hypergrid Business. She has been a journalist for more than twenty years and has worked for the Chicago Tribune, Reuters, and Computerworld and has reported from over a dozen countries, including Russia and China. Follow me on Twitter @MariaKorolov.

14 Responses

  1. wintersilversmith1@gmail.com' corranjournal says:

    Great video! 🙂 I think the best endorsement of an event is independent videos on youtube, worth more than a thousand ads.

  2. arpholdings@gmail.com' AviWorlds says:

    Funny thing. Tangle Grid has this interview with Adam 1 Time and I know Tangle grid is with Cloud Serve now and two days later this Adam 1 Time guy comes to AviWorlds and makes a video bashing our welcome region being that I tried to help him out 2 days earlier even giving him numerous landmarks and AV$s our currency. Just a thought…

    • So you’re saying that the guy can’t be bought off with landmarks and virtual currency? Good to know. 🙂

      • arpholdings@gmail.com' AviWorlds says:

        I never said that. I said I tried to help this so called reporter when he first arrived in AviWorlds. We were in the middle of renovating the welcome area. I gave him some AV$ s so he could go shopping and he even thanked me. I sent him landmarks to multiple shopping areas and he vanished.
        It should be good to know Maria that your response to my post is totally taking my words and turning them into something I never did.
        I never tried to buy anyone dont need to Maria. If I win on something it is because of my hard work and because I deserve it. But dont be stabbing me on the back.

        • Not stabbing in the back! Stabbing from the front, right in the open! LOL

          But seriously, don’t expect a reporter do a fluff piece just because you gave them something. I get PR folks sending me stuff all the time, including products to try out.

          The only thing you should be hoping for is that the reporter checks you out. With 200-plus grids out there, there are plenty of other places he can go. Grid owners regularly offer me free land, or to set me up with avatars, or what have you, in order to get coverage.

          If he visited, you’re already ahead.

          If he then does a review, you’re even further ahead.

          I’ll usually skip writing about stuff if there’s nothing there that interests me, or if I can’t see anything my readers would be interested in. I get announcements of several events a day that I skip because I don’t have time to go.

          If you complain about a reporter’s coverage, it’s not like you’re going to make them change their minds. Sure, if there’s a specific, concrete mistake, they’ll fix it. But if you’re trying to tell them that their opinion is wrong, then all you’re going to do is annoy them.

          And then they might decide that it’s not worth their while to write about you at all. And that’s the worst case scenario — not bad coverage, but no coverage at all.

          • arpholdings@gmail.com' AviWorlds says:

            No Maria you are wrong. He stabbed me on my back. You took my wording out of content completely …
            Yeah now Im trying to buy out the reporter with 500 AV$s…lol
            Anyway ….lol…funny

          • I’m probably going to be sorry I asked, but…

            If there was no deal between you and the reporter that, in return for landmarks, AV$, or whatever, you would get positive coverage, then the reporter could not have “stabbed you in the back” — there was no deal for him to renege on.

            Plus, again, his review was public for all to see, so if he was stabbing you at all, it would be in the front.

            Or do you consider any negative review to be a “stab in the back”?

            One thing I’ve noticed is that some people think that reporters are “on their side” or “against them.” Some reporters, do, in fact, take a partisan approach to some topics, though that usually reflects the publication they write for. Political reporters on Fox might be more conservative. Reporters for “MacWorld” might be in favor of Macs. “Hypergrid Business” is a big fan of the hypergrid. “BusinessWeek” is, in general, pro-business.

            But on individual stories, reporters can — and often do — go either way. And it’s not because they’re “for” or “against” that particular cause, but because the story just happened to go that way.

            The only people who are always for or against something are paid public relations people. They’re for or against whatever they’re paid to be for or against.

            And if your PR person turns against you then yes, you could call that a “stab in the back.”

            But not so much journalists. I’ll often do a negative story about someone after I did a positive story (or vice versa). It’s not because I changed my mind about the person or company I’m writing about — in 99 percent of the cases, I have no personal opinion one way or the other — it’s just that the story turns out that way. I might do a favorable review of someone’s control panel in one story, but criticize their pricing structure in the next. Or complain about their old design, but give a glowing review to their new one.

            It’s not because I was their friend last week, and then we had a falling out. If anything, I might come down harder on a friend to avoid the impression of bias. (Not that there’s anything really I can do, in practice, that helps! Everybody thinks I’m biased, anyway, and everyone thinks I’m biased against them, and in favor of their competitor!)

          • arpholdings@gmail.com' AviWorlds says:

            No Maria . Wrong again. You are taking this even further…no no no. No deal and I was not trying to buy him off. Why you always have to take it to the negative side ? I didnt even know he was a reporter until he told me way after I offer my help.
            All I am saying here is that it was a complete lack of courtezy from his part since he poofed and then returned in the middle of the night just to video and lash out on us.
            Maria u need to have a more broad view of any situation.
            You are really stepping out of balance here with all these accusations which have no basis at all but are simply a direct attack on my character.
            I dont get bought and I dont buy anyone either Maria

          • mrsietz@wavecable.com' Michael Sietz says:

            Don’t you think it would have been better to let the story go than to call this much attention to it? And now you choose to call into question Maria’s integrity. If you really believe that Maria has some sort of political motivation there are two words you should learn to use “no comment” . What you are doing has been tried before. “I did not have sex with that woman”-Bill Clinton Look it up.

          • lmpierce@alcancemas.com' lmpierce says:

            Time to bring it down a couple of notches everyone. Let’s stay on the topic at hand. Comments are allowed, but the most recent comments are more accusatory than a simple difference of opinion.

          • adam01tim@gmail.com' Adam Time says:

            I am a huge Fan of HB do I agree with everything? No. But the truth is. I do have Favorites. And those are the places that have taken time to help me. At the same time I am looking for good bad and ugly. Check out next week when 01time looks at. Is it cyber is it sex? Is it the oldest profession known to man. Is it really pixels.

            Here is a video where we have a brief look at Hyperica. The Mecca of the Grids. 🙂


    • Frank Corsi says:

      Alex your on a witch hunt. As I also seen the video of your grid visit, Adam was upset with your default avatar and things at your grid home region, It had zero to do with Cloud Serve, as I do not even know if Adam knows what Cloud Serve even is at this point. I have never had an interview with him nor has he said publicly anything about Cloud Serve.

    • adam01tim@gmail.com' Adam Time says:

      It has been a while and I figured when I met AviWorlds owner he was a very
      emotional man. That is a good thing because that means passion and like
      him when I was young I also was blind with passion. I just do not
      have time to keep doing videos of stuff that is broken at the time. So
      AviWorlds very simple let’s do it like Zen master wait and see. I returned
      and I believe gave another honest tour. And you ask Why I showed the
      birth of a new sim why not. Little reminder if it is not a sit down interview it may be best not to
      chat with me. Everything is being recorded chat and sound. I can only spend 10 min max at a sim.
      when recording because that is about a hours worth of editing.
      Who owns AviWorlds Now. Passion Mission Loving Goals creates Destination. 12/11/14