Fake Steve Jobs has found himself taking flack from everybody from easily offended blog kingpins to humor-impaired tech support operators.
For those of you who aren't familiar, the blog is a fictional diary of the Apple CEO that skews the tech world, both Apple and otherwise, on a daily basis.
FSJ has been making plenty of news this summer, as he got ready to release a book about the company's stock woes, reporters were able to unearth the identity of the anonymous author behind the blog. It turns out Fake Steve was the work of Forbes editor Dan Lyons.
While the discovery of Lyons identity hasn't changed the content on the blog, it has changed the perceptions of some readers.
For fans who had suggested the blog was the work of everyone from Bill Gates to Jobs himself, finding FSJ to be a lowly journalist was a bit akin to finding out the truth about Santa Claus. And for detractors of the blog, it opened up new avenues of attack.
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