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    Congratulations to Kara Swisher and Walt Mossberg on the launch of Re/Code! God I love startups.
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      2014 is gonna be even better -- Sherlock is back! http://buff.ly/1doMAV6
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        5. There’s less racism, sexism, and other forms of discrimination in the world.
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          4. Rates of murder and other violent crimes are in free-fall.
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            3. War is becoming rarer and less deadly.
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              2. Fewer people suffer from extreme poverty, and the world is getting happier.
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                1. Fewer people are dying young, and more are living longer.
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                  2013: The best year in human history... http://buff.ly/1bA7T1t
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                    Tap tap tap tap tap tap tap tap
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                      Hello? Hello? Is this thing on?
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                        Strong opinions? :-)
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                          It's like the answer to the world's weirdest trivia question: what do Louis CK, Andrew Sullivan, and Dalton Caldwell have in common?
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                            I thought for sure the post limit would have been upped to at least 257 chars by now.
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                              Back on the feed (and by feed I mean App.net IV).
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                                @dbasch As a side note, in my new line of work (full time venture capitalist) I would not want to use this since I want people to contact me. However, in my old line of work (entrepreneur) this could have been very helpful.
                                pmarca
                                  @dbasch The problem is that email has such a strong and universal network effect -- the way it works now -- so punching through that ("market insertion strategy" as we say) is very hard. Many variants on email have been tried and failed.