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  1. The Big Takeaway: Quick Thinking Under Fire

    How are you wired? What would you do if faced with a life-and-death situation — a crazed gunman firing indiscriminately at a crowd, a suicidal hijacker taking over a plane, a rampaging fire engulfing your neighbor’s house, a speeding car whose accelerator pedal is pinned to the floor? The way you respond says a lot about you as a person.

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  2. A Lot of Lead Bullets: A Blistering Response to the NYT on Data Center Efficiency

    As I was reading this New York Times article on data centers and power use, there was mainly one word stretching, Doppler-like through my head: “Nooooooo!”

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  3. Three Tips To Save Your Labor Marketplace

    Building marketplaces from scratch is tough, and labor marketplaces are especially hard. All the same issues exist with convincing both supply (sellers of labor) and demand (buyers of labor) to come and play, but none of the tricks from other types of marketplaces apply. In goods marketplaces, for instance, the marketplace owner can fake demand by buying stuff from sellers herself, and then selling them on eBay to recoup costs, or hustling to fulfill buyer’s request, faking as a seller, to retain that buyer and spark word of mouth. The dynamics are different when dealing with people and their services.

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  4. PandoLibs for the Apple Fan Boy

    Let's all agree: There was no more significant news event this week than the launch of the latest iPhone. All other news stories seemed hollow and meaningless when compared to the earth-shattering significance of a new telephone with a new special little adapter.

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  5. Put Fred Wilson and Peter Thiel In Your Pocket With PandoDaily's VC Action Figures!

    Following the news that VentureBeat is opening the VentureBeat Store we at PandoDaily wondered what kinds of products we could offer our readers. What product line really encapsulates the spirit of PandoDaily in the way that -- uh -- an iPod watch does for VentureBeat?

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  6. Is Bigger Better? Facebook Mobile Redesign Spikes Data Usage by 50%

    If you're addicted to checking Facebook's new photo-centric News Feed on your smartphone, you may want to check your bill. The redesign, which launched in May, spiked data usage by 50 percent, according to data compression startup Onavo. As carriers impose limited plans and apps push "bigger = better" updates, developers will be forced to consider the increased cost of data.

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  7. RIP In-Home Tech Support, Long Live Apple

    Last week's Best Buy Geek Squad layoffs came as no surprise to Eric Greenspan, founder and CEO of Make It Work, an 11-year-old Santa Barbara consumer tech-support startup that closed its doors on June 26. The company Greenspan says took the biggest bite of his business? Apple.

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  8. What To Do When Someone Copies Your Startup

    It was inevitable. We always joked it would happen: Someone finally submitted a project that is a direct competitor to GroupTalent.

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