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Joognu: 100,000 Memories… And Counting
Sep05

Joognu: 100,000 Memories… And Counting

Remember when keeping an online journal was a social requirement? Fleets of pizza-faced diary enthusiasts flocked to sites like LiveJournal to record their experiences back in the day. In addition to serving as a storage bin for awkward teenage rants, early web blogging sites were the precursors to some…

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Angel Funding Tries To Strike Gold In The Last Frontier

Here’s some shiny news from the land of the midnight sun. $13.2 million worth of angel funding recently infused the Municipality of Anchorage, Alaska, with some economic vitamin D. The money comes from the U.S. Department of Treasury’s State Small Business Credit Initiative (SSBCI), and has been used to create the 49th State Angel Fund. Anchorage is the first U.S. city to receive the allocation.     According to Anchorage...

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VentureSocially.com – Like YouTube For Entrepreneurs

The team responsible for Venture Socially defines it as “the YouTube of venture funding for entrepreneurs, investors and business people”. You wouldn’t find a more suitable description if you tried, really. On this site, you will be able to spread the pitches that you have created and make them reach the ears (and eyes) of prospective investors. And the site also works the other way around, as it allows investors to search for your...

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