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Previously I was Silicon Valley columnist for the Guardian, editor of Pando, and a variety of things at Techcrunch. I was founder of NSFWCORP and host of the nightly NSFWLIVE radio show.
I’ve also written for/been fired by a host of prestigious publications including: The Wall St Journal, The Times of London, National Geographic, The Huffington Post, Private Eye, The Daily Telegraph, Food and Wine, BBC Radio, Channel 4 TV (UK).
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🚨What People Say🚨
“For a cautionary tale, everyone cites Paul Bradley Carr.” – THE SUNDAY TIMES
“A testament to the virtues of debauchery… uproarious and brilliant.” – WIRED
“Carr has made a reputation as one of the feistiest writers on the beat. His [public] spats are legendary, as are his bust-ups with former employers.” – THE GUARDIAN
“The columnist [and] enfant terrible has been summarily sacked from practically every outfit he’s worked for, including companies he started.” – ZDNET
“Like James Bond, Paul symbolises a freedom man would sell his own sister to achieve.” – LOADED MAGAZINE
“There’s no denying that he’s an idiotic, irresponsible chancer – qualities that make him an unpredictable travel companion, but put his story-telling skills in first class.” – SCOTTISH DAILY RECORD
“The more things that go wrong for Paul, the better a writer he becomes. It’s like the grey goo that he feeds off.” – MIKE BUTCHER, TECHCRUNCH
“Makes me want to vomit for all the right reasons.” – MIL MILLINGTON, AUTHOR, THINGS MY GIRLFRIEND AND I HAVE ARGUED ABOUT
“Just because Paul Carr is a raging asshole doesn’t mean he’s not right.” – ADAM PENENBERG
“The most irritating and self-satisfyingly smug person I have ever met. Annoyingly, he is also the funniest.” – ZOE MARGOLIS, AUTHOR, GIRL WITH A ONE TRACK MIND
“Commenting on Paul Carr is beneath my dignity. He’s absurd.” – MATT TAIBBI