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Josh Kopelman

Managing Director of First Round Capital.

espite being coastally challenged (currently living in Philadelphia), Josh has been an active entrepreneur and investor in the Internet industry since its commercialization. In 1992, while he was a student at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, Josh co-founded Infonautics Corporation – an Internet information company. In 1996, Infonautics went public on the NASDAQ stock exchange.

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Early stage companies bought for high valuations

Google_2 So I log in to mybloglog.com today (a great source for tracking where your blog readers come from and where they go) - and I notice that I received three visitors from the following Google Query: "early stage companies bought for high valuations".  Nice to see that I'm the only VC to show up on the first screen of Google results ;-)

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Scott Rafer

Did you check out the home page changes. We're starting to up up the aggregated click and link info.

http://mybloglog.com

Nick

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