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How To Treat Your Employees

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Editor’s note: James Altucher is an investor, programmer, author, and entrepreneur. He has started and sold several companies, run a VC fund, and is an active investor in many private companies. His latest books are I Was Blind But Now I See and 40 Alternatives to College. You can follow him on Twitter @jaltucher. Wade had sex...
How To Treat Your Employees

Sorry, Google Plus: Google Uses Facebook To Tease Product Launch (GOOG)

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Apparently Google TV has some big product announcements coming up tomorrow. But as Ed Bott pointed out this morning, the only way you'd know this is by looking at Facebook. The official Google TV page on Google+ just kicked off on Friday and has nothing about an upcoming announcement...
Sorry, Google Plus: Google Uses Facebook To Tease Product Launch (GOOG)
Donuts raises more cash in quest to control hundreds of domain name extensions

VC investments near $1B: Here's the list of Washington startups that scored cash in 2012

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VC investments in WA state over the years. Source: PricewaterhouseCoopers MoneyTree report Venture capitalists pumped $931 million into 117 startup companies in Washington state during 2012 — the biggest haul since 2008 and a 69 percent increase over 2011′s totals. The 2012 numbers are well below the bubble years of...
VC investments near $1B: Here's the list of Washington startups that scored cash in 2012

SideTour, New York’s peer-to-peer experience marketplace, unveils its new social platform

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Want to learn about New York’s best donuts or take a look at Brooklyn Treasury’s silkscreen studio? What about a tequila tour with legendary bartender Phil Ward? With SideTour, a peer-to-peer marketplace of marketable serendipity, you can do all that and more. The New York City based startup opens a window into someone’s world...
SideTour, New York’s peer-to-peer experience marketplace, unveils its new social platform

After Its $100M+ Series A, Donuts, A Register For New gTLDs, Doubles Its Available Capital With New Round So It Can Bid For More .Names

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After raising $100 million+ last June, Donuts — a registry for the new top-level domain names that ICANN is ushering in this year (such as .yay or .jobs) — has announced it has raised a new funding round. The exact figure for its Series B, which is led by existing investor...
After Its $100M+ Series A, Donuts, A Register For New gTLDs, Doubles Its Available Capital With New Round So It Can Bid For More .Names

The Twitter Bird Has A Name

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Turns out the Twitter bird has a name: Larry the Bird. We wonder if he can beat Michael Jordan in an inter-galactic game of horse. [VIA] .@stop going over Design @ Twitter. The evolution of the Larry the Bird logo twitter.com/rsarver/status… — Ryan Sarver (@rsarver) February 27, 2012 Please...
The Twitter Bird Has A Name

eNom owner Demand Media buys domain registrar Name.com, adding nearly 1.5 million domain names

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Demand Media, the public digital media company that owns domain name and hosting giant eNom (over 13.5 million domain names registered to date) today announced that it has acquired Denver-based domain name registrar Name.com for an undisclosed sum. Demand Media says the acquisition comes in preparation for the release of...
eNom owner Demand Media buys domain registrar Name.com, adding nearly 1.5 million domain names

Record as Record Player: DIY Turntable, Donuts for Serato in New Releases

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Record as Record Player: DIY Turntable, Donuts for Serato in New Releases

I Got 99 Donuts....

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I Got 99 Donuts....

Kickstarter Competitor IndieGoGo Raises $15 M., Staffing Up in New York

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Mr. Rubin. (Photo: Twitter) Crowdfunding platform IndieGoGo just raised $15 million from venture capital investors in order to staff up, build out and take on Kickstarter and 400 other competitors (including one crowdfunding platform that launched after raising money on IndieGoGo). “We launched in January 2008 and we’ve been growing pretty...
Kickstarter Competitor IndieGoGo Raises $15 M., Staffing Up in New York

Mmm...Donuts: Domain name company eyes a diverse Web

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Domain name registry says $100 million in funding and 307 top level domain applications will cure .com ennui. [Read more]...
Mmm...Donuts: Domain name company eyes a diverse Web

Pre Road Trip Donuts

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CHART OF THE DAY: The Rise Of Pinterest

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After less than two years in business, Pinterest is already one of the most popular social networks in the world, as measured by engagement, according to data from comScore, via BI Intelligence. As you can see here, it's ranked just below Facebook and Tumblr as the most popular site...
CHART OF THE DAY: The Rise Of Pinterest

This Seattle area startup just raised more than $100M in a series A financing

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You don’t see many $100 million series A financing rounds in Seattle — or anywhere for that matter. But that’s how much cash that Donuts Inc. — a domain name registrar startup led by eNom founder Paul Stahura — has reportedly raised from the likes of Austin Ventures, Adams Street Partners,...
This Seattle area startup just raised more than $100M in a series A financing

Google I/O: Watch The Live Video Stream Here

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Google’s annual I/O conference in San Francisco kicks off this morning at 9am PT/noon ET and, as usual, the good folks from Mountain View are making a live video stream of the event available for all of you who can’t be there in person. Unlike other years, when Google ran two...
Google I/O: Watch The Live Video Stream Here

Judge Voids Nearly Half of Apple's $1 Billion Judgment Against Samsung, Calls for New Trial to Settle Revised Damages

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FOSS Patents reports that judge Luck Koh has struck nearly half of the $1 billion in damages awarded to Apple in its patent lawsuit against Samsung last August, calling for a new trial to set revised damage amounts for the affected portions of the judgment.The $450 million amount [struck from...
Judge Voids Nearly Half of Apple's $1 Billion Judgment Against Samsung, Calls for New Trial to Settle Revised Damages

Top posts: A sexually-charged video promoting Windows Azure leads the charts

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Who knew that a video of a cheesy dance routine from a developer’s conference in Norway promoting Microsoft’s Windows Azure would grab so much attention. But that video, which we described as “raunchy” and GeekWire readers called “inappropriate”  and ”weird,” led the charts for the month of June. The post set off an...
Top posts: A sexually-charged video promoting Windows Azure leads the charts
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How to stop your child spending £980 on in-app purchases in an iPad game

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Two simple steps to avoid a nasty credit card bill for virtual donuts, coins or ammunitionTwo British parents have managed to get a refund from Apple after their eight year-old son spent £980 buying virtual donuts in iPad game The Simpsons: Tapped Out."It was only when my wife rang me...
How to stop your child spending £980 on in-app purchases in an iPad game

Every Single Social Network Explained Through Donuts

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This is a brilliant sign from Douglas Wray on Instagram, via Daring Fireball. Please follow SAI on Twitter and Facebook.Join the conversation about this story »See Also:THE GOOGLE INVESTOR: Facebook Has Microsoft As Ally To Take On GoogleThe Reason Eduardo Saverin Isn't Listed As One Of Facebook's Top ShareholdersFacebook...
Every Single Social Network Explained Through Donuts

I want to do donuts in this DeLorean hovercraft

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The DeLorean has held a special place in the lexicon of pop culture since its appearance in the Back To The Future series, but its real history is even more nuts. Engineer John DeLorean, who produced lovely and iconic designs outside of cars, also tried to save his motor company...
I want to do donuts in this DeLorean hovercraft

Facebook's Latest Shot At Twitter Will Get Celebrities On Board (FB)

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Facebook is launching a system today that allows for public figures to get their identities verified and display a nickname instead of a birth name, reports TechCrunch. Consider the example of someone like Lady Gaga -- she's popular enough that there may be people impersonating her online. Furthermore, she...
Facebook's Latest Shot At Twitter Will Get Celebrities On Board (FB)

Snapguide should start a ‘how to raise more funding’ guide; secures $5 million

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Heavy Bits, the hot Silicon Valley startup behind ‘instructional knowledge’ sharing platform Snapguide, has raised $5m in new funding according to a public SEC filing. Started by former Googler Steve Krulewitz and former Yahoo-er Daniel Raffel, Snapguide is a free iOS app and Web service that lets people create and...
Snapguide should start a ‘how to raise more funding’ guide; secures $5 million

FCC Will Investigate U.S. Mobile Phone Unlocking Ban

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Cell phone unlocking in the United States became illegal in late January for new devices, prompting a White House petition urging the government to look into the issue. The petition on the WeThePeople platform successfully garnered the 100,000 signatures necessary for an official White House response, and the backlash over...
FCC Will Investigate U.S. Mobile Phone Unlocking Ban

Donuts Inc.'s major play for new Web domain names raises eyebrows

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A historic land rush is underway for vast new swaths of the Internet: Amazon has bid for control of all the Web addresses that end with ".book." Google wants ".buy." Allstate wants ".carinsurance." But the single most aggressive bidder for lucrative new Web domains is a little-known investment group with...
Donuts Inc.'s major play for new Web domain names raises eyebrows

The Engadget Show 35: EVs in Portland, hacked bicycles and a Tesla Model S test drive

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With a transportation themed episode, it only seemed natural to take the Engadget Show out of our traditional digs -- it was also a great excuse to visit one of our favorite cities in the world: Portland, Oregon. We drove Mitsubishi's i-MiEV EV around the Northwestern green mecca, stopping...
The Engadget Show 35: EVs in Portland, hacked bicycles and a Tesla Model S test drive

Startup Applies for 307 Generic Top-level Domains

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A startup named Donuts has raised US$100 million in venture capital and has applied for 307 generic top-level domains in the Internet Corporation for Assigned......
Startup Applies for 307 Generic Top-level Domains

30 best Android apps this week

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Material, NFC by Moo, The Simpsons, Zombie Minesweeper, Dr Seuss, NewsWhip and moreIt's time for this week's roundup of new and notable Android apps - those released for the first time in the last week, as opposed to updates to older apps.As ever, the price in brackets refers to the initial...
30 best Android apps this week

Federal Donuts

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Doughnuts and fried chicken under one roof in Philadelphia....
Federal Donuts
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