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I'm a little late on this one because I'm on vacation this week, and my blogging and Twittering metabolism has slowed down, but I wanted to take note of a great post that my friend and fellow mesh organizer Mike McDerment wrote the other day, entitled "7 ways I've almost killed FreshBooks." It's a list…

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After selling Bubbleshare -- the photo-sharing service that he co-founded in what was either his third or fourth startup (I've lost count) -- Toronto entrepreneur Albert Lai moved on to a new project that he was fairly secretive about, but which has since been revealed to be Kontagent, a new analytics platform for social networks…

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A New York-based entrepreneur named Hank Williams has a guest post over at Silicon Alley Insider about how the tech economy is being ruined by the "freetards" (although he doesn't use that term). In a nutshell, Hank believes all the venture-backed startups that are littering the Web with their free apps are ruining it for…

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In case you were wondering where Marc Andreessen got the material for his continuing blog series on startups, it looks to me like a lot of it probably came from his experience with Opsware -- which has just been bought by Hewlett-Packard for a whopping $1.6-billion in cash. As Marc describes in his post, the…
Much has been written about the "Shoemoney Affair," in which the blogger known as Shoemoney wrote about a MyBlogLog hack that allowed unscrupulous types to spoof their identities, and was subsequently banned from the service, despite the fact that -- as Tony Hung pointed out at Deep Jive Interests -- MyBlogLog didn't have a terms…

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