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Booting Up: No More IPOs For You Edition

 Booting Up: No More IPOs For You Edition

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Twitter aired its first ever TV commercial yesterday–during a NASCAR race. [AllThingsD]

Everything you wanted to know about the @Sweden Twitter account: “I wanted to show that I’m often kind of immature and often kind of stupid and so is this country, and I bet you are, too, and so are a lot of people around the world.” Think Mayor Bloomberg would let us do something like this? [New York Times]

There is now a Silicon Valley Bank in the U.K. for just technology investments. Discuss bubble implications as you wish. [BBC]

Google is shutting down Meebo messenger: be still my 8th grade heart. [meebo.com]

Facebook’s user growth is slowing, which cannot be good for the company’s already-battered stock. [Wall Street Journal]

No one wants to IPO now that Facebook’s went so terribly. [Wall Street Journal]

For your morning rage blackout: Ellen Pao is obviously lying because her husband has sued people before. [New York Post]

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