Iterations: "It's Delicate, But Potent"

Iterations: "It's Delicate, But Potent"

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New Editor’s Note: Semil Shah is an EIR with Javelin Venture Partners and has been an official contributor to TechCrunch since January 2011. You can follow him on Twitter at @semil. Every now and then, I’ll get sucked into the distracting, immersive, emotional habit of flipping through pictures online. Rifling through...
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