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Nathaniel Mott

  1. The Web Isn't a Democracy, It's a Meritocracy

    I wouldn't have this job if it weren't for the Web. Not only would PandoDaily fail to exist, but a kid like me living out in the middle of nowhere would never have had a shot at getting in touch with the right people to make something like this happen. Where before I would have had to pick up and move to another city, now I can work from home and count some of the best writers in this industry as my coworkers (and boss).

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  2. Dave Morin of Path: 'Facebook Built the Cities and Town Squares, We're Trying to Build a Home'

    Last night's PandoMonthly featured a candid fireside chat-without-the-fire with Dave Morin, the CEO and co-founder of Path.

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  3. LeanLaunchLab is Bringing Lean Startup Tools to Enterprise

    Ben Mappen had an idea for a company and he wanted to begin funding to get it off the ground. He met with Shawn Carolan of Menlo Ventures, pitched his idea, and got the go-ahead. Carolan also suggested that Ben meet with Steve Blank over lunch and discuss a possible partnership. The meeting went well, Ben's idea was well received, and then promptly forgotten as Steve pitched his own series of ideas.

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  4. Integrate Has Raised $11 Million to Change the Ad Game

    We are finally seeing the time when advertisers are beginning to realize that placing a banner ad into someone’s line of vision isn't getting results. Every year companies pump money into a different advertising company, hoping that a targeted approach will help them bring in some new customers. This causes them to create numerous relationships across different advertising companies while trying to convey a coherent message across platforms.

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  5. CampusLive is All About Engagement

    Whenever I hear a sentence involving the words “campus” and “engagements” one thing immediately comes to mind—and it’s not accidental pregnancy. CampusLive creates “challenges” that encourage college students across the United States take a quiz, participate in a raffle, or complete a task in order to win real-life prizes. Think of it as a site that is dedicated to those fun “shoot the monkey three times and win an iPad” banner ads, except catered to college students (not that shooting virtual monkeys isn’t appealing to a college student) with bona fide prizes and big-name sponsorships.

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  6. Riskalyze Helps you Make Decisions Based on Your Risk Fingerprint

    My head starts to spin every time I see a line graph.

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  7. Sunglass Uses Open-Web Standards to Bring Architectural Drafting into the Modern Age

    The 3D Modeling industry has been in need of disruption for some time. The mainstay in this category, Autodesk's AutoCAD suite of software, costs upwards of $5,000 for a single copy and feels clunky on most machines. Someone needed to take advantage of this huge market and bring some true innovation to the drawing table, and that's what Sunglass has done.

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  8. LUXr Brings Lessons from Silicon Valley to Entrepreneurs Around the World

    Entrepreneurs shouldn't be denied access to information or forced to re-learn lessons that companies in Silicon Valley have already gleaned, absorbed, and assimilated into the general knowledge pool known as "common sense," simply because they aren't based in San Francisco. LUXr, founded by Adaptive Path CEO Janice Fraser, is bringing this knowledge from Silicon Valley and making it accessible to entrepreneurs around the world.

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