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Trevor Gilbert

  1. CircleUp Spinning on All Cylinders With Four Startups Funded

    CircleUp is one of the latest in a line of startups including FundersClub, MicroVentures, and AngelList that are looking to disrupt the venture capital industry. The company profiles startups that are actively raising capital, and then connects the companies with accredited investors. Today, CircleUp is announcing that its platform has been used to successfully raise money for four startups.

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  2. Pixorial Tag Teams Rumblefish for Infringement-Free Videos

    You’ve got this video you’ve put together of some cats all climbing over each other to get to the top of the stairs. It’s funny, but it won’t reach viral status unless you add a killer soundtrack. Do you know what would work? "O Fortuna". Over the top drama, cute cats, comical scene -- a perfect recipe.

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  3. Amazon Wins Race to the Bottom With Radical Pricing on Long-Term Data Storage

    When I saw the news earlier today that Amazon was launching a new long-term data storage platform with rock-bottom prices, I thought it would be useful only for a small group of people. But after speaking to a few experts in the big data, infrastructure, and data storage fields, it’s clear that this is a much bigger deal than people seem to realize.

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  4. Livrada Bridges the Gap Between Physical Books and the Digital World

    There appear to be three sides to the ebook market. There are people who have wholeheartedly embraced the digitalization of our books and who don’t touch paper books for weeks at a time. Then, there are people who don’t want to read books digitally, and who are just fine -- thank you very much -- with their paper books. Finally, there are people who are nostalgic about physical books, but wish to move into the digital world nonetheless.

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  5. Introducing Cody: Your Virtual Gym Buddy That Pushes You To Workout

    For the past few weeks, I’ve been watching a product grow from something that is mildly interesting into something that is well worth using. The product is Cody, a fitness-focused social network that acts like a mix of Foursquare and Twitter. And as an unintended side effect, it will also potentially cut down on the fitness-related noise that shows up on Twitter.

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  6. Boulder's Startup Ecosystem: Pros and Cons

    When I began talking to people about Boulder before I arrived, I got the impression that the ecosystem was overhyped. The ecosystem was doing well, but there were structural flaws.

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  7. Plug.dj's Non-Explosive Growth Is Its Biggest Asset

    We've known for awhile now that once-hot group listening service Turntable.fm was in need of a pivot. Mostly because the service is a bit of a novelty. After it's initial hype died down, Turntable's base of regular users shrunk, making its plans to monetize less rosy.

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  8. Thrillist Employees Don't Get Options When They Join, They Must Earn It

    Thrillist has had a somewhat unusual policy regarding the way it distributes stock options to employees. According to CEO Ben Lerer, the company doesn't automatically hand out stock options to employees when they join the company.

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