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Booting Up: Dustin Moskovitz and the Winklevoss Twins Met, Hugged at Burning Man

Man, remember Napster? (Photo by Stephen J. Boitano/Newsmakers)

Man, remember Napster? (Photo by Stephen J. Boitano/Newsmakers)

Go ahead, Instapaper this oral history of Napster even though it doesn’t include Sean Parker’s wedding: “I said, ‘Come back, and tell me how someone is going to get paid.’ And they never came back.” [Fortune]

In the words of 2 Chainz: Feds watching.  [New York Times]

Facebook cofounder Dustin Moskovitz met the Winklevoss twins at Burning Man and, actually, hugs rather than punches were exchanged. In case you were worried about things getting awkward at those Harvard class reunions! [Medium]

Don’t forget to pre-order Bleeding Edge, Thomas Pynchon’s upcoming novel about Silicon Alley, then let’s all reconvene to exchange made-up stories about encounters with the author. [Slate]

Aetna reportedly once tried to buy ZocDoc for $300 million. The founders said no, because would you want to be associated with a health insurance company?  [Business Insider]

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