This summer seems to be full of slow news weekends. Today we focus on startups. First, on Both Sides of the Table, Mark Suster talks about what he has learned about venture funding. At Andreessen Horowitz, they give us their 16 metrics that startups need to care about. Granted, some of the metrics may not […]

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Today we are focusing on the job and learning. First, on TechCrunch they talk about their lessons learned from their first startups. This is not a typical article from TechCrunch, so definitely take a look. Dan Luu follows with his lessons learned from reading post mortems. You can learn a lot from reading about other […]

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Google leads the day with two articles. First, they announce OnHub, their new router for “a new way to Wi-Fi”. It is fairly expensive for a router, so I would not be surprised to see this thing eventually get upgraded software to become part of the smart home, like Amazon’s Alexa. On the Google Research […]

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Our focus for today returns to security. First, on Google Webmaster Central they talk about identifying and diagnosing injected gibberish URL hacking. Anyone that runs their own or others’ websites should definitely read this. On thecomputerperson, they relate how Twitter is leaking your friends’ and family’s emails. Granted, you need to know what email address […]

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Leading today’s articles, Mozilla announces Webmaker. It is meant to target first-time smart phone users who are mostly mobile-only and give them an opportunity to create on the web. In security, Bits, Please! continues their series on an Android issue, this time getting through to a linux kernel privilege escalation vulnerability. LinkedIn talks aboutĀ QARK, a […]

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