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Mike Arrington is between a rock and a hard place this morning: He has some news about a failed Web 2.0 company joining the Deadpool, but it's a company he co-founded and is on the board of, the classified-ad company Edgeio. Mike and the rest of the board decided to shut the company down --…

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Although it kind of got lost in all the hoopla about Google launching a customized search tool, Edgeio got financed to the tune of $5-million on Tuesday, in a round led by Intel Capital. Edgeio is the Web 2.0 classified service that Mike Arrington of TechCrunch co-founded along with Keith Teare, and remains a shareholder…

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If anything sums up the conflicted state of the blogosphere when it comes to startups and Web 2.0 and so on - the fact that the same people who write blogs about cool startups are often people who are involved in other startups, which are then blogged by others, and so on - it is…

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In addition to running the very influential Web 2.0 site TechCrunch.com, and writing a blog called CrunchNotes.com, Mike Arrington has been working on a startup of his own called Edgeio (along with Keith Teare) - which Rob Hof of BusinessWeek got a demo of recently. Some might wonder why another kind of classified service is…

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