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The Queue: Won't make you dumb

Bringing back Broadcast.com; the least TiVoed-through commercials; summer camp for geeks; Youlicit-ing similar Web sites; and why your cell phone is making you stupid.

May 21, 2008

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Can SlideShare make PowerPoint sharing interesting?

A group of investors thinks so. The San Francisco start-up lands a $3 million investment from Venrock, Broadcast.com founder Mark Cuban and Friendster founder Jonathan Abrams.

By May 7, 2008

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Show notes - The Queue: Won't make you dumb!

Bringing back Broadcast.com; the least TiVoed-through commercials; summer camp for geeks; Youlicit-ing similar Web sites; and why your cell phone is making you stupid.

By July 17, 2007

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Mark Cuban wins insider trading case brought by SEC

After being accused of selling his stake in Mamma.com based on confidential information, the billionaire investor is cleared of the government's charges.

By October 16, 2013

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Yahoo, Tumblr tie-up in the works?

Where there's smoke, there's fire -- maybe. Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer reportedly seeks to attract a younger, hipper demographic and Tumblr is said to be the apple of her eye.

By May 16, 2013

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Judge won't dismiss insider-trading suit against Mark Cuban

The court schedules a June trial for the tech mogul and Dallas Mavericks' owner, accused of using confidential information.

By March 5, 2013

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Mark Cuban flings funding at Flingo

The billionaire entrepreneur gets behind the maker of smart-TV technology that mixes social networking with television content.

By May 2, 2012

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A startup takes on publishing, with help of Atari's founder

Net Minds says it can help authors take more control of their work, and Nolan Bushnell has already climbed aboard for his first book.

By February 13, 2013

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Yahoo exec rips Google for overpaying for YouTube

Such a comment from a Yahoo executive is surprising, but this is just part of the long-running debate about whether YouTube makes money.

By March 28, 2011