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The Locker Project Helps You Stalk Yourself Online

SkyGrid Groups Social Media Conversations and Fans

Hearsay Brings Compliance to Social Media

Twitter Offers Metered Pricing for Firehose of Tweets

Massive Health Raises $2.25 Million From Massive List of Investors

Instagram Raises $7M Led by Benchmark

New Digg CEO Calls Previous Launch "a Tragedy," Commits to Community

Former Apple Designer Launches Digital Book Start-Up Push Pop Press

Google Latitude Adds Check-Ins (How 2009!)

Redpoint's Geoff Yang Prefers Early-Stage Risk to Late-Stage Valuations (Video)

With Canvas, Can "Moot" Bottle 4chan and Sell It?

The Facebook Hedgehog Mascot (And Yelp Competitor) That Never Was

Mixtent Builds a Database of Talent, One Face-Off at a Time

IntoNow: It's Like Shazam Plus Foursquare for TV

Seeing Triple Zuckerbergs (Including the Real One) on SNL

The Internet Dies in Egypt, in Pictures

Start-Up Watch: Smoopa Android App Helps Electronics Shoppers Compare Prices

Facebook Will Help Social Games Ditch Flash for HTML5

Netflix Gets Social: "Extensive" Facebook Integration Is Coming

Facebook Steps Up Security After Tunisian Hacks

NudgeMail Can Now Control Your Google Calendar

Android Market to Finally Get In-App Payments, Improved Discovery. When? "Soon."

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Nobody was excited about paying top dollar for a movie about WikiLeaks. A film about the origins of would have done better.

— Gitesh Pandya of comments on the dreadful opening weekend box office numbers for “The Fifth Estate.”