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Whitney Phaneuf

  1. Newsle Grabs the News On Who You Know, Now Includes Gmail Contacts

    Alright Newsle, you got me. The aggregator that tracks and delivers news on your personal connections just launched a beta feature to import email contacts, starting with Gmail. So far, the results are meaningful and surprising, from news about people I see everyday on Facebook to a college professor I haven't spoke to in years.

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    From the News desk

  2. EMC and NetApp: This Startup Wants to Kill Your Closed Model for Storage

    Sometimes the most seemingly boring startups are quietly working behind the scenes to shift an entire industry. For instance, take Nexenta Systems. It launched in 2005 to challenge EMC and NetApp's proprietary approach to data storage, and now it's on track to a public offering, closing a $21 million Series C earlier this year and today reports it has closed more new business so far this year than it did in all of 2011.

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  3. Big Week for Bump: App Crosses 100M Total Downloads

    When Bump CEO Dave Lieb decided in his first year of business school to make a mobile app, he started researching the most popular ones in 2008 -- fart noises and sideways keyboards.

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  4. ReelSurfer Turns Our Reid Hoffman Videos Into 30-Second Sound Bites

    I'm giving you my unbiased opinion when I say the video team at PandoDaily is the best around. From last night's PandoMonthly in San Francisco, we already have the entire candid conversation between LinkedIn co-founder Reid Hoffman and Sarah Lacy up on YouTube, plus 13 of our favorite moments from the night in a YouTube playlist.

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  5. Another Day, Another New Marketplace: Park Please Tackles City Parking

    If beta parking marketplace Park Please looks familiar, it's because the user experience was inspired by apartment hunting app PadMapper.

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  6. Like Any Investor Not In Twitter, Reid Hoffman Regrets Passing on It

    [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QDDcN90V3UQ] At PandoMonthly in San Francisco, Reid Hoffman tells Sarah Lacy he didn't understand the potential of Twitter early enough to become an investor, and it's one of his biggest regrets.

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    From the News desk

  7. Reid Hoffman: On Knowing What Your Product Isn't

    LinkedIn co-founder Reid Hoffman reflected at tonight’s PandoMonthly about the ways people recommended he make the site more sexy.

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    From the News desk

  8. Reid Hoffman: Being a Billionaire Was Plan B to Academia

    [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HZeLhxx6RW0]At tonight's PandoMonthly, Reid Hoffman revealed how his plan to be an academic shaped his career as an entrepreneur. But before he discovered his calling, Hoffman explains he panicked.

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