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Google vs. Yahoo: Who Has the Right Social Strategy?

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The Social Analyst is a weekly column by Mashable Co-Editor Ben Parr, where he digs into social media trends and how they are affecting companies in the space.Facebook; Twitter; LinkedIn; YouTube; Wordpress: these companies, built from the ground-up, are mainstays in social media. None of them were created by...
Google vs. Yahoo: Who Has the Right Social Strategy?
Digital Content: Vanity Fair Snags a Silicon Valley Scoopmonger

Please Welcome Peter Ha, Frederic Lardinois And New Co-Editor Alexia Tsotsis

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Sure, legends like Babe Ruth and Mickey Mantle don’t play for the Yankees now, but the team hasn’t just survived the ups and downs over the years. Hate it or love it, the franchise attracts many of the best players in baseball today, and wins championships. That’s TechCrunch, too. Peter...
Please Welcome Peter Ha, Frederic Lardinois And New Co-Editor Alexia Tsotsis

Video @ paidContent 2010: New York Times Execs On Metered News And More

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For nearly 40 minutes, top executives from The New York Times Co. (NYSE: NYT) took questions from interviewer Staci D. Kramer, co-editor and EVP of ContentNext Media, and participants in paidContent 2010. Arthur Sulzberger, Jr., chairman and publisher; Janet Robinson, president and CEO; and Martin Nisenholtz, SVP-digital operations, knew...
Video @ paidContent 2010: New York Times Execs On Metered News And More

Well, That Was Fun

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This is my 4212th post on TechCrunch, and my last as editor in chief. The past few months have been a whirlwind for everyone at TechCrunch. We’ve had a lot of departures lately, but behind the scenes we’ve also quietly been building a new TechCrunch. For every departure there’s been...
Well, That Was Fun

A Day In The Life Of Alexia Tsotsis, Startup Scribe Of Silicon Valley

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Just a few years ago, Alexia Tsotsis got her dream job -- a reporter at TechCrunch, one of the top technology sites in Silicon Valley. Now she's running the show with co-editor Eric Eldon, and they've staffed it up with a ton of new writers. The tech reporting scene is...
A Day In The Life Of Alexia Tsotsis, Startup Scribe Of Silicon Valley
Fed Up With Lack of TechCrunch Coverage, Italian Startup Just Plain Clones the Site

TechCrunch Takes Over YouTube For A Day

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If you head over to YouTube right now, you may find that the videos on the homepage are significantly better than usual. Well, maybe not — but at least it’ll have a strong bias for startups, Silicon Valley, and the tech industry in general. That’s because YouTube has invited us to...
TechCrunch Takes Over YouTube For A Day
Come To TechCrunch Tokyo 2012 This Thursday
CEO Travis Kalanick Says UberX Numbers Are "Probably At Or Above" Lyft

Jessica Roy: Dear San Francisco Employers: Please Hire Me. (She's co-editor of NYU Local.) http://r2.ly/xwax

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Jessica Roy: Dear San Francisco Employers: Please Hire Me. (She's co-editor of NYU Local.) http://r2.ly/xwax

Boing Boing editor sounds a warning and remembers a friend

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On the same day the New York Times runs a story about how a faceless squad of hackers on the other side of the world has gone unchecked in a race to penetrate frightening chunks of the digital grid, I am sitting across from author, blogger, and activist Cory...
Boing Boing editor sounds a warning and remembers a friend

Boing Boing's Cory Doctorow on 'Homeland', printed guns, and heart hacking

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I had the pleasure of spending some time with Cory Doctorow on Feb. 25 at the Jefferson Hotel here in the nation's capital. Doctorow is the author of "Little Brother" and more recently "Homeland." He's perhaps more well known as a co-editor of Boing Boing, a long standing must-read...
Boing Boing's Cory Doctorow on 'Homeland', printed guns, and heart hacking
Just Because It's Easier To Raise VC Money, That Doesn't Mean You Should
Collaborative Gastronomy? Cookening Lets Tourists Dine In A Local's Own Home

ReadWriteWeb’s COO Sean Ammirati Leaves to Start Birchmere Labs Seed & Studio Fund

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ReadWriteWeb, which was acquired by SAY Media late last year, just saw its first departure after the acquisition. The site's COO Sean Ammirati today announced that he is leaving RWW to start Birchmere Labs, which he describes and a early stage seed and studio fund. Ammirati will become the lead partner...
ReadWriteWeb’s COO Sean Ammirati Leaves to Start Birchmere Labs Seed & Studio Fund

Hell No, Tumblr Users Won't Go To Yahoo!

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We’ve all by now heard about how Yahoo is trying to get some “cool” with a supposed $1 billion purchase of hip blogging platform Tumblr, but it may be a moot point if Tumblr’s users fail to stick around post-sale. Microsoft and Facebook may be trying to make a move ahead...
Hell No, Tumblr Users Won't Go To Yahoo!

Two Free Tickets To Le Web And Here's A Discount Code For TC Readers

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LeWeb Paris in December is getting closer and conference organizers Loic and Geraldine Le Meur have put together a schedule featuring great speakers and companies around the theme of ‘The Internet of Things’. And two lucky TechCrunch readers will be able to come for free. Just explain in the comments below...
Two Free Tickets To Le Web And Here's A Discount Code For TC Readers
Yo Forbes, Fuck You

ReadWriteWeb and Tableau Announce Winner of Data Visualization Contest

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ReadWriteWeb and Tableau are pleased to announce the winner of the Tableau User Generated Graph Contest: Rina Bongsu-Petersen and her interpretation of U.S. obesity data. The judges - Marshall Kirkpatrick, ReadWriteWeb's co-editor; Stephen Few, a leading data visualization expert; and Jock Mackinlay, Tableau's director of visual analysis - found the...
ReadWriteWeb and Tableau Announce Winner of Data Visualization Contest

On To Life 2.0

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In the end, all things do come to an end. The good and bad part is, it is never a definite marker, but all part of a process. And so it has been for me. After pouring exactly eight years of my life and a lifetime into this, I...
On To Life 2.0
Betaworks' John Borthwick Weighs In On Acquiring Instapaper

Social Media Marketing Boot Camp Starts Tomorrow

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Editor’s note: Our sister company, Mediabistro, hosts innovative online workshops that teach social media strategy. The summer session of their Social Media Marketing Boot Camp starts June 7. Read on for details. If you want to build your brand or generate revenue for your business, make sure you check out...
Social Media Marketing Boot Camp Starts Tomorrow

Dalai Lama Holds Q&A with Chinese via Twitter

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Just like most walls, there are ways around, over, under and through the "Great Firewall" of China. While the Dalai Lama would never find himself having a government-sanctioned chat with the Chinese populous, the exiled Tibetan spiritual leader will be answering questions from Chinese Web users via Twitter on Friday....
Dalai Lama Holds Q&A with Chinese via Twitter

In Defense of Facebook

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Shared by Francine Another great post. The Social Analyst is a weekly column by Mashable Co-Editor Ben Parr, where he digs into social media trends and how they are affecting companies in the space.All eyes are on Facebook. Ever since Facebook revealed Facebook Open Graph, the world’s largest social network...
In Defense of Facebook

Study: Startups Led By Stanford, Harvard Grads Lead The Way In Scoring Venture Capital Funding

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An interesting new study released today by venture capital and angel investment-focused research firm CB Insights tracked the amount of venture capital funding and deals that flowed to alumni of different universities, and in a shocking twist, graduates of Stanford University do not actually dominate the space. LOL, just kidding....
Study: Startups Led By Stanford, Harvard Grads Lead The Way In Scoring Venture Capital Funding

Hey VCs, We Know You're Dying To Invest In Techmeme But Here's Why Gabe Rivera Hasn't Taken Your Millions

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Gabe Rivera, founder of Techmeme, was on stage at TechCrunch Disrupt alongside co-editor Alexia Tsotsis, Business Insider's Henry Blodget and BuzzFeed's Jonah Peretti. His site aggregates tech headlines from publications across the web and links out to the stories. It doesn't publish original content; instead it acts like Drudge Report...
Hey VCs, We Know You're Dying To Invest In Techmeme But Here's Why Gabe Rivera Hasn't Taken Your Millions

Google Buzz Has Completely Changed the Game: Here’s How

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The Social Analyst is a weekly column by Mashable Co-Editor Ben Parr, where he digs into social media trends and how they are affecting companies in the space.Google may have finally figured out social media, even if there have been some major slip-ups in the way. The implications of that...
Google Buzz Has Completely Changed the Game: Here’s How

Privacy Tip: Assume Everything Online Could Be Public

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The Internet collectively freaked out yesterday after rumors swirled that Facebook accidently began posting private messages to users’ public timelines, exposing all the nasty, salacious, and incriminating messages that were thought to be securely hidden from view. Not everyone had cause to worry, however, because they follow a simple rule...
Privacy Tip: Assume Everything Online Could Be Public

Chris Dixon Plans On Investing In More Bitcoin Startups, Says More Entrepreneurs Are Getting Involved

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Today during the first day of our Disrupt NY 2013 event, Chris Dixon joined our co-editor Eric Eldon to discuss his move out to San Francisco for a job at Andreessen Horowitz. One of the areas that interests him the most is the much-hyped Bitcoin space. The reason why Dixon...
Chris Dixon Plans On Investing In More Bitcoin Startups, Says More Entrepreneurs Are Getting Involved
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