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Richard Nieva

  1. Dropbox lets web developers add its service to their apps

    There's a basic principle in Silicon Valley: If you want something that doesn’t exist, build it. If you don’t know how, build it anyway. That value has spawned some of the most innovative tech giants on the planet (like Apple and its first arts-and-craftsy-looking PC), but it’s also used on a smaller scale by Web developers everyday.

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  2. VH1 banks on MySpace Music still being cool

    There was a point in the mid-to-late 2000s where, if you told someone to contact you on MySpace, you were met with a polite smile and a ton of judgment (kind of like whipping out a BlackBerry at a cocktail party). By then, Facebook had besieged the other social network, and those still MySpacing were haplessly out of touch. The one exception? MySpace Music.

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  3. BuyVia doesn’t care how or where you buy. Just buy

    In startup circles, you often hear jargon like “showrooming,” "space" as a synonym for "industry" or "market," "turnkey," "social," "crowd-sourcing" and “Zuckerberg.” A lot of companies also throw around the term “platform agnostic.” But one company, BuyVia, takes it to the next level. The creators behind the shopping app not only don’t care what device you use, they don’t care whether you buy something online or at a physical retailer.

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  5. Where the F was F8?

    Last September, Mark Zuckerberg and former Saturday Night Live cast member Andy Samberg stood on a stage at Facebook’s F8 Web developer’s conference in San Francisco while an audience of hundreds hung on every word. The comedian perfectly impersonated Zuck, then strode offstage to the lyrics, “All I do is win, win, win, win, win…” sung by T-Pain over the sound system in glorious auto-tune.

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