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Yes, flash sale purveyor Gilt Groupe should sell stakes in its side businesses to outside investors.
Yesterday evening, a geekier chunk of the Internet hivemind started buzzing about this article over at Which?. The author raises a few rather interesting questions: what happens to the digital downloads you've purchased when you die? Why are we not allowed to pass them on to our loved ones?
Jason Njoku doesn't like being anyone's bitch.
Things are looking up for Dave Morin. Not only is he scheduled to be the guest at our next PandoMonthly event, but he's pwning his old boss Mark Zuckerberg in Lux Delux, a Risk-like game of world domination. That's particularly impressive because Zuckerberg LOVES Risk. He once translated the whole game into Latin, so he could dominate in his favorite dead tongue.
Apple has a serious problem on their hands, and it is one they need to fix it as soon as possible. No, this isn't a diatribe about the lack of Flash on the iPad. And, no, this isn't about the need for an SD Card slot for iOS devices. Instead this is an issue that Apple's biggest ally - iOS developers - are complaining about, one that hurts the user, and one that could end up damaging the iOS ecosystem more than any set of labor issues ever could.
A big problem investors and pundits have with companies like Google, Microsoft and Apple is that they are seemingly incapable of creating a successful social network, despite being successful in many other areas of the software world. Something they don't consider, though, is that the reason these companies are historically successful is the same reason that is keeping them from being successful with social networks.
Finding a new place to live sucks. A lot.
F-Commerce isn't working, and the more Facebook tries to fight it, the more it seems obvious that the social network is not a home to retail. Facebook is normally pretty quick about killing experiments that don't work. (It's first iteration of social commerce, Beacon, didn't last long.)
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