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The inside story on how Reddit was created: ‘I wanted to make the world suck less’

"The day I woke up and Reddit was working on its own was just the most incredible feeling," Huffman says.

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Delicious Announces A New Design With A Focus On Community, Speed And Mobile

Just when you thought that the site Delicious was dead and gone, it's back ... again. Since being acquired by AVOS, headed up by YouTube co-founders, the s..

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del.icio.us founder’s Tasty Labs launches Human.io micro-task platform

Joshua Schachter, who in a past life founded the social-bookmarking service delicious and sold it to Yahoo, has released Human.io, the newest offering from his startup, Tasty Labs. Last year, Tasty Labs launched Jig.com, a “market place for things people need.”What is Human.io? To me it appears to be a micro-task platform that uses mobile devices as a way to distribute and aggregate tasks. Schacter defines it as a platform for doing micro-tasks.

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Steve Chen Explains What He's Doing With His New Company

About a year ago, YouTube cofounders Steve Chen and Chad Hurley bought bookmarking service Delicious from Yahoo, and used it as the basis to form a new company called Avos Systems.We haven't heard much from them since. Until today, when Avos announced its first round of outside funding. (PDF here.)The company isn't saying how much it raised, but it got a group of pretty big names on board, including Google Ventures, NEA, and Madrone Partners, and Kai-Fu Lee, who previously set up Chinese research offices for both Google and Microsoft. (Lee's in

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VatorNews - YouTube co-founders raise Series A for AVOS

In the last year, most Silicon Valley denizens have known that Chad Hurley and Steve Chen - co-founders of YouTube fame - have been working on a venture, AVOS System, though the two have been relatively mum on their project.Now the San Mateo-based start-up has some fresh backing from New Enterprise Associates (NEA), Google Ventures (both of whom led the round), with participation from Madrone Capital and Innovation Works, a China-based incubator. The new financing - the amount of which was not disclosed - was announced at The Next Web Conferenc

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Delicious Enters China With New Localized Social Media Site

International information service website Delicious has announced its formal entry into the Chinese market with the launch of its localized site Mei.fm.Formerly known as Del.icio.us, Delicious is a social bookmarking website for storing, sharing, and discovering web bookmarks. The website was founded by Joshua Schachter in 2003 when it launched a social bookmarking mechanism and tag-based organization of information.In 2005, Delicious was acquired by Yahoo and the website was then sold to YouTube co-founders Steve Chen and Chad Hurley in April

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Social bookmarking sites as a business marketing tool

Setting up a blog on your company's website is a good way to draw repeat visitors and boost your company's search rankings. However, this will only happen if you can actually get people to read what you post - or, even better, interact with your company by leaving comments.One way to boost your blog's visibility and get your business advertising message out there is to promote new posts by linking to them on your company's Twitter and Facebook pages. You can also use social bookmarking sites, such as Reddit, Digg, Delicious and StumbleUpon."Unl

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Trunk.ly Acquired By Delicious.com Company AVOS Systems

Australian social bookmarking start-up Trunk.ly has been acquired by US-based tech company AVOS Systems, the parent company of Trunk.ly competitor Delicious.com, less than a year after it was founded.

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YouTube's co-founder to bring Yahoo's Delicious to China

Steve Chen, co-founder of YouTube, the popular video sharing website, announced at TechCrunch Disrupt Beijing 2011 that he will soon bring the world's biggest bookmark service, Delicious.com, to the Chinese market.Chen appeared at the star-studded conference on Oct 31 to make the announcement as the founder of startup AVOS Systems, a new Internet company he established with Chad Hurley, YouTube's other co-founder.The focus now for AVOS, which acquired Delicious from Yahoo in March, will be to improve the bookmark service and bring back its old

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Delicious owner sets up user forum as problems persist

Users of Delicious now have another venue to report problems and seek information about the bug-ridden relaunch of the social bookmarking site.Avos, the company that bought Delicious from Yahoo back in April and relaunched it early last week, has unveiled a discussion forum where users and company officials can interact about support issues.The new version of Delicious went live on Sept. 26, triggering an immediate outcry from users of the site, who complained about malfunctioning and missing features and data.Rankling them even more was Avos'

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Delicious Returns From the Dead With Some New Bookmarking Features in Tow

The social bookmarking site Delicious is back. Those who loved saving their favorite links to a public (or private) profile page will find that experience unchanged. But there's a new central focus to Delicious. It's called Stacks.Stacks is a quick and easy way for users to compile a focused list of links to share. While there's no limitations to what your list can contain, the idea is that people will pick a theme/topic and run with it. You supply the links, Delicious takes care of the formatting and presentation for you. They believe that nav

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