"I hope this information hasn't come out too late."
July 8, 2019 10:15 AM Subscribe
Before his resignation in late 2017, Uber's then-CEO Travis Kalanick faced more than his fair share of scandals. But by far the most (read: least) important of these was Kalanick's oft-repeated claim that, at one point, he "managed to rack up the second highest Wii Tennis score in the world" (Uber.com archived) .... Ars dug deep to get at the truth of this claim, publishing a 3,000-word expose that proved definitively (read: probably) that Kalanick was really just confused about what it means to have a "high score" .... Now [...] new information has come to light that has the potential to revolutionize our understanding of this important (read: pointless) story yet again. Behind the 12-year-old Wii Sports hoax that briefly fooled the Internet (Ars Technica)
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