We could only have wished.
BloggerCasey is already back. He's claiming that he had to leave his former situation because "it's no longer a win-win."
This should hardly be a surprise. Casey's definition of a "win" is something that brings attention to him, regardless of the cost in personal reputation, credit, cash or business failure that may be foisted on somebody else. From Casey's perspective, the project could only be a "win" if he could make it all about him and bring along his usual legion of Haterz and other hangers-on.
A normal businessperson's definition of a "win" would be a website/blog that does not attract undue attention from people who are not part of the target market, does not seek to make one of your minor employees a star, and most certainly does not bring yourself, your cleavage, or your family to the attention of a bunch of rabid trolls from places like CampIdiot.
Thus, Casey's definition of a "win" is completely incompatible with anything he might ever be asked to do for a real business.
Now, we might have issues with his previous boss, or find something to like about her cleavage, or for that matter might feel that her entire profession is nothing but a legalized monopoly that should be broken up as anticompetitive. In fact, we tend to think all of the above things. But we don't believe her to be the kind of idiot who would believe that anything that could be a "win" for Casey could ever be a "win" for her. So he's gone, and now he's back, on his own.
And in his usual form, he's unemployed and babbling on about how he's going to finally capitalize on all his "experience."
Sadly, it's tough to capitalize on an experience base that includes only failure.
And that's the view from FalseCasey HQ, which will be moving shortly.