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Booting Up: Blame Princeton Students For Creating That “What Would I Say?” Facebook App

"Nah, I'm good." (Photo by Steve Jennings/Getty Images for TechCrunch)

“Nah, I’m good.” (Photo by Steve Jennings/Getty Images)

Snapchat’s rejection of a multibillion dollar offer from Facebook was made “because they think making a deal now would leave many billions more on the table.” [New York Times]

LivingSocial is “ashamed and embarrassed” that its outage has lasted more than 40 hours. [AllThingsD]

That “What Would I Say?” app for cobbling your Facebook statuses together was a result of a Princeton Hackathon. [New Yorker]

Searching for a new hobby, Google’s Eric Schmidt has joined the board of The Economist. [Guardian]

Apple is requesting an additional $380 million in damages from its argument with Samsung over patent infringements but Samsung only wants to pay $52 million of it. [CNet]

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