|TechCrunch Year in Review
|Sunday, December 30, 2007
Mark Hendrickson over at TechCrunch has a great post with the 2007 edition of the TechCrunch deadpool outlining a number of startups that failed to make it in 2007. Some noticeable mentions on the list include:
It's a pretty interesting list. In addition to their "deadpool" list there is also the year in deals which features stories on items such as:
- Yang Decides to Shut Down Yahoo 360—Nobody Notices
- NetBank Joins The Deadpool
- Goodbye Froogle
- Yahoo Mixd Says “Peace Out” and Goes to DeadPool
- Big Layoffs At Insider Pages
Another great list with some forgotten stories of online happenings that took place in 2007.
- Tesla Asks Investors For Another $40 Million To Start Its Engines.
- Breaking: Kayak Raises $196 Million, Buys Rival SideStep
- Another $60 Million For Facebook
- Facebook Takes the Microsoft Money And Runs.
- Social Networking Site Hi5 Takes $20 million
- eBay Acquiring StumbleUpon
TechCrunch also posted their top posts for the year 2007. Here is a sample of some of them:
There is some pretty good stuff here. If you missed it the first time, you may want to check it out now. Just a reminder that we had our own little top posts of the year for 2007 that you may want to check out.
- Being Stupid And Litigious Is No Way To Go Through Life
- Yahoo Invites Us Into Mash, Its New Social Network
- Digg Should Sue Wired
- Google vs Michael Moore
- 2007: Web 2.0 Companies I Couldn’t Live Without
All the best to our readers in 2008.
Labels: year in review
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