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    PandoList: Top Webizens, or Politically-Minded Techies

    We’re back with another balls-to-the wall edition of the PandoList, and this time we spoke to some politically-minded techies, aka “Webizens.” Where political change used to be brought about through sheer force of will and stodgy old men wearing wigs, the new landscape is as much about properly utilizing the Web, as it is about lobbying Washington. We spoke with…

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    PandoList: Top 5 Android Aces

    This week we’ve featured five people who are not only amazing developers, but who are incredibly successful designing Android applications. There’s also one mediocre super power in there that is one of the most creative we’ve heard so far! Check out our Android Magicians.

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    PandoList: Top 5 UC Berkeley Engineers

    Guess what, it’s time for another student list. Except this time, we’ve profiled UC Berkeley’s top Electrical Engineering and Computer Science students. These guys are all incredibly impressive. (Watch out Stanford…) Keep an eye out for them, as they’re certain to have a big impact.

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    Pandolist: Top 5 Tech Marketers

    This week we’re profiling the top tech marketers. Since there are so many people in this field, the list was not easy to come up with. But here are five people that we believe have made an impact in a big way.

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    Top 5 Stanford CS Students You Should Know

    For our second week of the PandoList, we’ve profiled Stanford’s top CS students. You should keep an eye on these guys, as they’ll probably be doing some pretty awesome things in the future! Check out Stanford’s top 5 CS students you should know…

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    Pandolist Part One: iOS Magicians

    Introducing the Pandolist! In this new weekly feature, we profile the people you should know in a particular area of tech entrepreneurship, and why you should know them. First up: iOS Magicians!

The Week in Review

Yesterday

type-a-machines For Type A Machines, there’s no guessing where the 3D printing fun ride ends Zoosk files for IPO, hopes public market will fall in love with it An Israeli company delivers Lebanese citizens from the clutches of its own government Startups Anonymous: The most expensive lesson I learned was to start a startup in Europe Canadian man is the first arrested for Heartbleed-related hacking Whistle has made a Fitbit for dogs and doesn’t care if you think that’s silly Undeterred by its ban from Belgium, Uber expands in stealth to Finland “Google Buses Pay $1 per stop, but it costs me $2 to ride MUNI”: Logical fallacy explained Can Glassholes find safety in numbers? For Zynga, a modest rebound would count as a win Frontback almost never happened. Now it’s got 1M downloads, 75% monthly growth, and an Android app Nail meet coffin: Mt. Gox asks to be liquidated REVEALED: Gov. Christie’s investment chief has major financial ties to firm that got $300M in NJ pension cash Former Sequoia and Accel VCs launch Tracxn, a Bloomberg-like database for the startup world Artist image site OpenAura partners with Getty, AP, and others: Why this is a big win for musicians LevelUp exploits smart bundling to drop credit card interchange fees to 1.95%, saving merchants boatloads Livefyre launches Sidenotes annotations that turn any website into RapGenius Grubwithus becomes Superb, a platform for discovering new places and which friends to share them with As Healbe’s $1.1m Indiegogo scampaign closes, what now for fraudulent crowdfunding?