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Group purchasing among friends is a very simple problem that should have a very simple solution.
When I first met Peter McDermott in Beijing last year, I had no idea what he did. A few days of stepping around town with him and his pack of expats later... I still had no idea. It was largely my fault; I was knee deep in helping Sarah throw TechCrunch's first international conference, and just didn't have the time to ask. Peter's not the type of guy who insists on shoving his pitch down your throat when it's clearly not convenient.
It hasn't been getting much tech blog attention, but moms are seriously pissed at Amazon.
In Silicon Valley, near-endless cash and low burn rates can mean that companies limp on long after it's clear they aren't going to be the next big thing.
Turntable should have taken that buyout offer from Spotify when it had the chance.
Earlier this year, I wrote about New York Tech Day, an even that the producers are calling the "first major tech startup expo". For the past month, co-producer of the event John Petersen has been hard at work ironing out the details of the event, and he is finally prepared to share. While I'd hate to count the chickens before they hatch, it is shaping up to be a major (and likely successful) event.
The deserts of Mexico. Race cars pieced together on shoestring budgets. A bunch of folks who take risks for a living, blasting said cars through said desert at breakneck speeds all for the sake of fun, glory ... and maybe a bit of networking. What could possibly go wrong?
Atlassian shouldn't have become this interesting of a company.
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