Tuesday, April 5, 2011

News & Links List

"Android (continued)" A VC

"The Freight Train That Is Android" Bill Gurley

"Google Sets Role in Mobile Payment" WSJ

"Amazon Beats Apple And Google To Cloud-Based Music Storage/Streaming" TechCrunch

"Amazon Cloud Player: First Impressions" Mashable

"Amazon faces backlash over 'music locker' service" Reuters

"App Store Shenanigans" Chris Dixon

"YouTube co-founders may team on new start-up" CNET

"Verizon’s ThunderBolt Moves Like Lightning" WSJ's Walt Mossberg

"Speeds and feeds: Samsung's new tablets beat the iPad 2 in key areas" Fortune

"How We All Missed Web 2.0′s 'Netscape Moment'" TechCrunch

"Don’t Bet Big. Little Bets Are The Ones That Turn Into Billion-Dollar Ideas" TechCrunch

"Is Late Stage the New Early? Behind the Staggering Return of the $1B Venture Fund" TechCrunch

"Subject: AirBNB" Paul Graham

"Meet Y Combinator’s Latest Class" NetworkEffect

"Ten Entrepreneurship Rules for Building Massive Companies" Greylock

"New Rules for the New Internet Bubble" Steve Blank

"AOL Tries for Some Silicon Valley Cred" BusinessWeek

"Color, A Twitter For Photo And Video, Launches With $41 Million" Forbes

"Bogus Claim: Japan Earthquake Won't Trigger a California Quake" LiveScience

"Godzilla Hedge Fund Fannie Mae Was ‘Guaranteed to Fail’: Books" Bloomberg

Eight years after Iraq, the Bush doctrine lives on."
WSJ's James Taranto

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