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Richard Nieva

  1. John Doerr: Microsoft might be the "fifth horseman"

    Microsoft is everyone’s favorite punching bag these days. But there’s at least one person who doesn’t think the once-seemingly invincible tech giant is done: John Doerr.

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  2. YC alum’s new service Loom aims to be photo management for the mobile world

    It’s become a bit of a tradition for developers to try and remake Apple’s core apps. The mail inbox and maps have seen innovation from outside developers. On desktop, Collections has tried to reinvent the Finder, proving that nothing is sacred.

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  3. Reid Hoffman and Joi Ito's H2 comes out of stealth

    There are certainly many reflective points we can take from Facebook’s one-year anniversary as a public company this past weekend. But one of the chief among them is the reminder that today Web 2.0 companies are large, global companies.

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  4. Eat Club hits the road to feed hungry office workers

    There's a new technology-driven (and actually driven) food service coming to San Francisco.

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  5. Skyhigh Networks raises $20M to control unauthorized cloud programs used in the enterprise

    It’s hard to ignore the promise of the cloud. But it’s still tough to get adoption from many large enterprises because of security concerns that have to do with unprotected company data on offsite storage centers.

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  6. PopExpert raises $2 million for its video teaching marketplace

    Seems like you can learn anything these days by watching a video online. Here’s one more site that let’s you do that.

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  7. What are the effects of RelayRides' New York cease and desist?

    Last week, the car-sharing marketplace RelayRides got hit with a cease and desist letter from the New York State Department of Financial Services for allegedly violating insurance law and false advertising. RelayRides, which lets car owners rent out their vehicles to strangers instead of letting their cars go unused, has suspended its service in the state indefinitely. The company says its customers will not be financially responsible if a renter gets in an accident, but the DFS says customers can still be held accountable.

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  8. On the outskirts of the Maker Faire

    Over the weekend, I spent some time at the Maker Faire in San Mateo, CA. The annual festival, hosted by Maker Media, which publishes Make Magazine, brings thousands of people to the Bay Area peninsula to indulge in robotics, crafts, software, and DIY culture.

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