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Monthly Archives: May 2013

Posted at 9:44 am

2013 May 24

Growth Hacking 0

I moderated a panel at Ad:Tech SF earlier this year, along with a number of smart investors and analysts talking about what Growth Hacking is and how companies like Mint and Waze and LinkedIn have done it well.  At the very least, you might enjoy the dubstep intro music.   Follow The Money II (Growth-Hacking):

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Posted at 7:13 am

2013 May 24

How important is mobile to your company? 0

I think Nirav Tolia and NextDoor got it right here – they stopped everything and trained every developer on mobile.   Nextdoor: “We stopped everything we were doing and trained every engineer on mobile” (via Pando Daily) By Sarah Lacy On May 23, 2013Mobile first? How about mobile finally. Nextdoor has finally released its long-awaited

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Posted at 11:30 am

2013 May 20

Tumblr, Yahoo, Content and Brands 0

Today Y! bought t.   That’s incredibly great news for the team, investors, and the entire NYC tech community.  But what does it mean for brands and content?    Noah Brier, CEO of our portfolio company Percolate has some great thoughts here and in the WSJ video below.  

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Posted at 6:38 am

2013 May 10

Salesforce.com acquires Clipboard 0

Congratulations to Gary Flake and the team at our portfolio company Clipboard.    I first met Gary when I was working at del.icio.us and he was at Microsoft, and this TED Talk shows off some of his work from there.   The bookmarking/clipping site will soon be shut down and I’ll have to find yet another

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