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  1. Get Thee To A Punnery

    This time last year, Khoi Vinh -- former design director of the New York Times -- wrote a heart-wrenching post entitled "The sad story of illustration of the web."

    By Paul Bradley Carr , written on

    From the News desk

  2. Tips for Entrepreneurs from a First Year VC

    A close friend of mine likes to joke about how entrepreneurs & operators who become venture capitalists are “trading in their blue light sabers for red ones” – it’s a funny analogy…naturally, comparing investors to Sith Lords seems to fit pretty well some days.

    By John Lilly , written on

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  3. iBooks Author Is Not Going To Hurt Publishers. It Might Even Help Them

    I'm a heavy reader. Right now I have three print books on the go, and about half a dozen ebooks. I'm also an author of a dozen books, before which I knew the pain of being an unpublished author. I've also been a publisher, co-founding a publishing house that turned online talent into traditional books. Then I wrote a book about why I was a terrible publisher.

    By Paul Bradley Carr , written on

    From the News desk

  4. Apple's Big Problem: Pricing

    Apple’s announcement today was hailed as a game-changer for the education market by some, and as a complete dud by others. This is par for the course on anything Apple does, but this time around, the truth lies somewhere in the middle.

    By Trevor Gilbert , written on

    From the News desk

  5. Say It Aint So Coco: The New Ads on Conan Make Me Weep for the Future of TV

    You should watch Conan on TBS. Mostly because I like him and feel badly that his ratings slumped once we all got bored of the Jay Leno outrage. But also because the show contains all sorts of glimpses of the future of television advertising. And that future-- while understandable in a TiVo world-- is increasingly annoying.

    By Sarah Lacy , written on

    From the News desk

  6. Humbling the Shameless Samwer Brothers

    I have never met the Samwer brothers, so this may be unfair. But they just piss me off to no end. They've cloned Zappos, Groupon, Airbnb and now Pintrest with the shamelessly named Pinspire.

    By Sarah Lacy , written on

    From the News desk

  7. Hipster Releases Android App, Web App and Reaches 100,000 Users

    Hipster, the photo-sharing service, aimed at sharing "one postcard at a time", is making a big step forward today with the launch of their native Android app, a newly redesigned web app, and the announcement that they have reached their 100,000th user.

    By Trevor Gilbert , written on

    From the News desk

  8. Boiling a Lobster: How the Whole Internet Wound Up Inside Facebook's Walled Garden

    Back in 2006, Marc Andreessen believed that Facebook would eventually give way to multiple smaller social networks for one simple reason: People don't like walled gardens. Rather, they like things to be open and fluid.

    By Sarah Lacy , written on

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