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Frank Addantes FounderBlog: Inventing Stuff, Obviously Impossible?

Frank Addante

2006 (20) ► December (2) Just Say What it Is 12 Proven Guidelines for Rapid Product Development. ► October (1) New Video!

Frank Addantes FounderBlog: The Kool-Aid Test: “Why do I need anything? Why do I need yours? Why do I need it now?"

Frank Addante

2006 (20) ► December (2) Just Say What it Is 12 Proven Guidelines for Rapid Product Development. ► October (1) New Video!

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Frank Addantes FounderBlog: Startup 2.0: The Internet is Coming! How will we make money?

Frank Addante

2006 (20) ► December (2) Just Say What it Is 12 Proven Guidelines for Rapid Product Development. ► October (1) New Video!

Frank Addantes FounderBlog: Startup 5.0 – I’m just going to chill out for a bit… (OK, for a month…)

Frank Addante

2006 (20) ► December (2) Just Say What it Is 12 Proven Guidelines for Rapid Product Development. ► October (1) New Video!

Los Angeles Fast 500 Winners Announced

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The highest ranking firms on the overall Technology Fast 500 from the area were Santa Barbara-based FastSpring , a developer of software e-commerce tools headed by Dan Engel , which was ranked at number 13 nationally with 17,468% revenue growth from 2006 to 2010. Editor's note: socalTECH was a sponsor of this event.).

Interview with Clark Benson, Ranker

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sold that company, eCRUSH, which operated espin.com, to Hearst at the end of 2006. What's the story behind Ranker? Thanks, and good luck!

Decoding the Secret of iPhone Game Popularity, With William Volk, Playscreen

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It's almost as much running an e-commerce site, as you are running a game. How did you get into iPhone development? William Volk: It's hard.

TeleSign Names VP

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TeleSign provides phone-based verification systems, which are used as an additional layer of security for web-based logon, e-commerce, and other functionality, by many major Internet services. The firm reported 15,558% revenue growth between 2006 and 2010 at those awards. Powers also has served at Microsoft and FrontBridge.

Interview with Robert Flynn, Aggregage

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Liquid Audio was at the forefront of the digital music scene, and we built the first, software infrastructure for legal distribution and commerce of music. We successfully built up that firm, and in late 2006 we sold it to Tandberg Television. What is Aggregage? That is starting to show itself in the B2B space. Robert Flynn: Yes.

This Week in VC with Dana Settle of Greycroft Partners

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Their first fund was a $75 million fund raised in 2006 and they very recently announced a brand new $130 million fund.  Time will tell. Huddle. 

Interview with Albert Ko, DealPerk.com

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Albert Ko: I started at Cornell University in the Class of 2006, with a degree in material science engineering and a masters in management engineering.

Interview with Matthew Graczyk, Zubican

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but businesses spend 18 trillion a year, but very few companies are trying to facilitate that kind of commerce. What's the idea behind Zubican?

The Startup Guide To SXSW Panel Picking

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first attended SxSW in 2006, and was blown away. Everybody is Selling Something: The Arrival of "Me-Commerce". But what. READ MORE.

Interview with Curtis Staker and William Goldbach, Confident Technologies

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retailmarket is done through e-commerce. Let's start with the products. What does Confident Technologies do? Yet, only four percent of the U.S.

What the Past Can Tell Us About the Future of Social Networking

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Since 2006 I have been lamenting what I see as “the Facebook problem&# – they are trying to lump me into one big social network.