The Re/Code's Kara Swisher was interviewed by San Francisco magazine where she called Google "dangerous and thuggish," which are tough words for a company that employs her wife.
Swisher, 51, and Walt Mossberg, are both executive editors of the site and both from the former Wall Street Journal's AllThingsD. The two split from the WSJ to start the site and attracted various tech writers to the startup. Swisher admitted that the site still has yet to make any money, according to the magazine.
However, she said that people shouldn't be worried because she and Mossberg are the future of journalism, not the past. "Every day, the blogosphere is getting better and print media is getting worse; you have to be an idiot not to see that. The fact that we’re still arguing it is comical," she said. "It’s like arguing gay marriage: I’ve had it. It’s done, you’re wrong. Wrong, wrong, wrong."