Curebit apologizes for theft, but leaves something out

Curebit apologizes for theft, but leaves something out

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Curebit co-founder Allan Grant has posted a public apology to 37signals for stealing its design and code. Social-referral startup Curebit made the admittedly boneheaded mistake of ripping off design and assets from 37signals, one of the best-known schools of UI and startup thought-leadership on the Web. When the mistake was...
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