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Ok, this is partially self-promotional, but also just really cool. Wavii just put up a post with a really cool visualization of how their beta traffic developed at their launch last week. It's like startup data porn on steroids.
We had a great time at the Crunchies last night. It's always a special night, when the tech blogs to put away their daily fights and come together to celebrate the reason we all have jobs: Because entrepreneurs in the Valley build great companies.
Sarah and I are on our way to the Crunchies, hosted by our old friends at TechCrunch, Venturebeat and GigaOm.
One of the problems I experience about once every year is I end up with dozens of items I need to get rid of, and I have nowhere to put them (I move around, a lot). To solve this problem, I often am forced to turn to Craigslist, a neighbor's large dumpster or a pickup service. This is less than ideal, but most of the time, there's nothing to be done about it.
One of the reasons that the Valley continues to produce great companies, cycle-after-cycle is that when you put smart, entrepreneurial people in the same place, great things happen.
A key objective for senior executives over the next several years is to use disruptive technology to get closer to customers, to improve relationships, and enhance experiences.
Andreessen Horowitz is dramatically increasing its funds under management-- again. The firm has raised a $1.5 billion third fund, bringing the total under management to $2.7 billion. "It's a pretty big step up," said Marc Andreessen in an early morning call.
I've been irked about this all day.
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