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Greg Kumparak

  1. Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About 500 Startups: The Infographic

    While talking with 500 Startups about their news this morning, they sent over this ridiculously handy infographic. I was going to just stuff it into the bottom of that post, but then I realized: for anyone looking into which seed fund/accelerator is right for them, this sort of thing is incredibly handy. It deserves its own post.

    By Greg Kumparak

    From the News desk

  2. 500 Startups Lands New Partners, Files To Raise $50 Million

    Big news out of Dave McClure's seed fund/accelerator 500 Startups this morning, some official and some mostly official. The official news: two long-time staffers have been promoted all the way up to the Partner spot (effectively doubling the number of partners at the company), while two new folks have been brought on board as Venture Partners to help flesh out 500's international portfolio.

    By Greg Kumparak

    From the News desk

  3. Facebook's Mobile Web App Sees More Monthly Users Than Its iOS/Android Apps Combined

    If anyone ever tells you to eschew building for the mobile Web and only worry about native app development, you might want to be wary of taking the rest of their advice.

    By Greg Kumparak

    From the News desk

  4. Brilliant: OKeez Turns Your iPad Into A Hardcore Customizable Game Controller

    I love when I find something I want to write about by accident, something that I stumble across by pure luck, with nary a pitch to be heard. It's like finding an Easter Egg in the middle of September.

    By Greg Kumparak

    From the News desk

  5. Snark.ly: A Battle Of Wits For Internet Glory

    Do you fancy yourself as some sort of Internet funny man? Does every comment you leave explode into a dazzling spectacle of upvotes? Are you the last standing disciple of online jocosity, raised in the ancient writings of Maddox and Seanbaby?

    By Greg Kumparak

    From the News desk

  6. Backstory: Push A Button, Custom Tailor Your Site For Each And Every Visitor

    We, as website operators (and I say "we" because, well, who doesn't own a domain or three these days?), know a ridiculous amount about the people visiting our sites. Even if we don't really try to gather any information, we can generally determine what sort of device the user is visiting from, what website lead them to us, and which pages of ours they've seen, getting a rough idea of where they are in the real-world. Pretty much the only thing you can't tell is how many cats a visitor owns — and really, I'm sure that's hidden in the user agent data somewhere.

    By Greg Kumparak

    From the News desk

  7. In Which I Get RickRoll'd By Telegram

    There I sat, staring grumpily at my monitor and tapping every key just a little too hard. The two companies I'd planned on writing about today had both decided to push their launches back at the last minute — which, while totally understandable, kind of messed with my day.

    By Greg Kumparak

    From the News desk

  8. The Debrief: Leap's Co-Founder On Facebook Woes, Being Inspired By Bacon, and The First Month After Launch

    And we're back with another edition of The Debrief, our shiny, new, and hopefully somewhat-regular column, where we talk to founders a few weeks after launch on the twists, the turns, and the lessons learned so far.

    By Greg Kumparak

    From the News desk

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