TechCrunch Backstage Day 2: Armstrong, Chamillionaire, Mayor Gavin Newsom, Oh My! (TCTV)

Chamillionaire admitting his love for Mafia Wars, Steve Streit recounting his first meeting with Michael Moritz, Tim Armstrong and Erick Schonfeld discussing office arrangements in New York, and Mayor Gavin Newsom’s thoughts on baring a striking resemblance to Batman— that’s all the action you may have missed if you only watched the stage during day two of TechCrunch Disrupt.

Check out our backstage interviews with Chamillionaire, Streit, Armstrong, Newsom, Bill Gurley and Twitter’s Jason Goldman. We’ll be back with our live feed for the final day of Disrupt at 8:45 AM PST.

If you missed the backstage interviews for day one, click here.

Steve Streit, CEO of Greendot, on the road to IPO and meeting Michael Moritz.

Chamillionaire: “I don’t play Farmville…I play Mafia Wars.”

Benchmark Capital’s Bill Gurley on the criteria for IPO.

Editor Erick Schonfeld and AOL CEO Tim Armstrong discuss office arrangements in New York.

San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom talks about promoting SF’s technology sector and the industry leaders he turns to.

MG Siegler and Twitter’s Jason Goldman discusses the recent redesign.

Still to come (pardon for the upload delay):
Cyan Banister’s interview with Shervin Pishevar
Zaw Thet & Friends