Arrington Talks New Blog (And How He Almost Stayed at AOL)

Michael Arrington is returning to the blogosphere.

The blogger, who is leaving AOL and TechCrunch over a fight over his new venture capital fund, said in an interview that he plans to start a personal blog in the coming days.

Arrington, whose last day at AOL is Thursday, said he’ll be writing about what interests him — start-ups and journalism — and that he won’t be hiring other staffers.

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