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Greg Kumparak

  1. Facebook Brings Timeline To Brand Pages

    If you're the admin behind any Facebook Pages (like, say, a band, sports team, or your ridiculously wonderful tech blog)... surprise! You've got new toys to play with this morning. Pages are being transitioned over to Timeline, and there's a shiny (and considerably less kludgy) new admin panel tucked inside.

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  2. BOKU's Secret New Carrier Investor: Telefonica

    When Boku announced their shiny new NFC payments platform last week, the company kept noting that they would soon be announcing funding from a new carrier investor. Which carrier that might be, however, was kept a mystery.

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  3. The Square Hoodie Solves The One Problem I Have With Square

    I'll admit it: I love Square. Love, love, love it. It's one of few products in my life (the others being my iPhone and my microwave) with which I have pretty much zero qualms.

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  4. NthCode Wants To Bring The Internet To Everything Plugged Into Your TV

    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.

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  5. Bootstrapped Rally: Venture Capitalists, Cheap Cars, And A Race Through Mexico

    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?

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  6. New Competitive Threat Forces Halcyon Molecular to Accelerate Its Game Plan

    Back in 2009, brothers William and Michael Andregg founded Halcyon Molecular, a genetics company with direction and funding from powerhouses like Peter Thiel, Luke Nosek, and Elon Musk. Their long term mission is a noble one: to figure out how to make people live longer.

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  7. Your Heirs Won't Care About Your Crappy MP3 Collection

    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?

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