Top 6 Quotes & Sayings by Chris Pirillo

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Chris Pirillo

Christopher Joseph Pirillo is an American entrepreneur and former television personality. He is the founder and former CEO of LockerGnome, Inc., a now-defunct network of blogs, web forums, mailing lists, and online communities which are now closed. He is best known as the former host of Call for Help, a call-in tech support show which, at the time, aired on TechTV. He hosted the show from 2001 to 2003.

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Write 100 things that you love about your partner. It's another way of keeping yourself in check. It's hard to do.
Twitter is a great place to tell the world what you're thinking before you've had a chance to think about it.
At one time, I hated the iPhone - but that was only before I used one for the first time. β€” Β© Chris Pirillo
At one time, I hated the iPhone - but that was only before I used one for the first time.
Passwords are like underwear: you don’t let people see it, you should change it very often, and you shouldn’t share it with strangers.
The size of your community doesn't matter as much as the depth of your connection with them.
At one time, I hated the iPhone - but that was only before I used one for the first time. Now, it would be difficult for me to make the switch to any other platform. I've spent a fair amount of money on apps that continue to ride with me as I upgrade my iS devices. The iPhone certainly has its share of flaws and shortcomings, but having spent a great deal of time with other devices that claim to be "killer" continue to fall short. The industry needs competition, but I just need my mobile communications computer to work with a healthy array of software.
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