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In this week’s episode, we talk with venture capitalist Josh Elman, a partner at Greylock Partners and a veteran of LinkedIn, Twitter, and Facebook.
Elman has built a reputation as a master of growth, and at Facebook he was head of platform, helping launch Facebook Connect.
We talked about what defines a platform, and about the differences between Facebook’s and Twitter’s approaches to building and growing their platforms.
Also in this episode, Jordan Novet and I tell you what to think about:
- Everything we think Apple will announce Sept 9
- Google’s new logo
- How the U.S. egg industry is trying to shut down Hampton Creek
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Josh is a partner at Greylock. He joined the team in 2011 and invests in entrepreneurs building new consumer products and services. His areas of focus include social networks and platforms, mobile apps, new media, and marketplaces. Jos… read more »
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