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Trevor Gilbert

  1. Ben Lerer on the Line Between Commerce and Credibility

    Tonight at the fireside chat between Sarah Lacy and Thrillist founder and CEO Ben Lerer, Lerer opined on the line between being a commercial product and an editorial product.

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  2. Incline Plans to Bring Veterans to Startups, With a Built-in Revenue Stream

    There’s a soft spot in my heart for companies that not only have a solid business model, but are also looking to help change people’s lives for the better. Launching today, Incline is one such startup.

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  3. Breaking Down Fab's Copycat Claims Against Touch of Modern: Innovate, Don't Copy

    Yesterday, the flash sales site Fab.com sued one of its competitors, Touch of Modern, alleging copyright infringement, trade dress infringement, and a number of related charges.

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  4. Virool Brings Viral Video Views to the Cash Carrying Masses

    So you’ve made a two minute video that you’re really proud of. And because of how cool it is, people are flocking to YouTube to watch it. Just how many? We’re talking scads, as in Bieber’s fan base looks like the neighborhood book club compared to the views you’re surely raking in.

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  5. Amazon May Own the Skyscrapers of Cloud Hosting, But DigitalOcean Is Looking to Own Main Street

    As big and important as the cloud hosting market is to the global startup ecosystem, a giant part of it is being underserved and ignored. At least, that’s the story coming from DigitalOcean, a recent TechStars grad.

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  6. Conference Call Dial-In Numbers Be Gone! MobileDay Is Here to Save the Day

    Who doesn’t hate conference calls, with its laundry list of problems? First, the sound quality is terrible. Second, scheduling everyone to call-in at the same time is a pain, unless it is a regularly scheduled event. All of that is to say, it seems a bit ridiculous that we’re jumping through hurdles despite being in the age of smartphones.

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  7. Gumroad Launches Platform API, as It Aims for the Music Industry

    Gumroad, the startup that wants to help people sell anything with only a link, is making a big push into the music industry. The company has partnered with a number of prominent music industry organizations, and is beginning to launch products that are perfectly suited for artists.

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  8. Reid Hoffman: Groupon Made Multiple Missteps While Going Public

    At the PandoMonthly fireside chat tonight, Reid Hoffman, who was an early investor in Groupon, shared his thought's on the company's initial public offering.

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