The internet may be the great white hope of our time, but as with anything in life, for every success story there are hundreds of failures. To illustrate the point, Wired reports that the venture capitalist jargon for internet start-up companies is Flies. You give them some money, they buzz around for a while, and then Splat! The market swats them into a greasy little stain.
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