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Sarah Lacy

Sarah Lacy is founder and editor in chief of Pando. 

  1. I Can't Believe Arianna Is Turning My Old Office into a Nap Room

    There are a small number of readers who can't get enough of the inside baseball of the TechCrunch implosion. And a large number of readers who wish we'd all just move on. I've tried to take the high road at all opportunities, because the former are mostly just rubberneckers and the latter are serious readers who want to read great stuff about tech and startups. I promised when I started this site, I wouldn't waste their time.

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  2. Taking Our Art Up a Notch: Hugh MacLeod Now Contributing to PandoDaily

    One of the goals I had for this site since the beginning is to have better art to illustrate our posts.

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  3. Why Aren't More Indians Using Twitter?

    Earlier this week, I was looking over the report that came out by Semiocast of Twitter activity per country. The headline was that Brazil has surged to number two after the US. Not a huge surprise. It's a big country that loves social networks.

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  4. PandoMonthly Tickets NOW ON SALE

    The early response to our new event series, PandoMonthly, has far exceeded our expectations. If you missed the announcement earlier this week, go here.

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  5. Rich Barton: Glassdoor Is Tracking Identically to Zillow

    Glassdoor is announcing some significant product news today that leverages Facebook's social graph to add in references and connections into its already robust job hunting product.

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  6. Mark Zuckerberg Loves It When A Plan Comes Together

    The very first conversation I ever had with Mark Zuckerberg was in 2006. He'd just raised his round from Accel Partners. I called the Facebook offices, and he answered the phone. He came across as a mix of arrogant and naive but utterly earnest in his belief that his company would not be the next Friendster. More than that, that he would actually change the world.

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  7. The Irony of Facebook Liquidity: Zuckerberg May Have Sold the Least So Far

    The S-1 doesn't appear to spell out how many shares Mark Zuckerberg has sold of his company that's causing a full on freak-out on the tech blogs today. Seriously, Dan Primack might lose his mind over that stat alone.

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  8. Serious Data Porn: Watch Wavii Grow

    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.

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