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Noah Kagan / OkDork:
Why I got Fired from Facebook (a $100 Million dollar lesson)   —  Can I be real with you?  Real real?  —  I'm TIRED of answering this question so I'd rather write it out and just point people to this post.  —  Let me start in reverse.  —  I can tell you every detail of the day I got fired aka …
Sep 29, 2012, 2:15 PMIn context
Noah Kagan / Noah Kagan's Okdork.com:
The Money Problem with Facebook / MySpace / hi5 Apps   —  As some of you may know I have been building web games for different social networks with some friends for the past few months.  I have noticed a downward trend in revenue with apps and wanted to highlight it here.
Apr 2, 2008, 8:05 PMIn context
Noah Kagan / Okdork.com:
Breaking: Facebook adds New Revenue Channel: Social Gifts   —  This is something I knew about when I worked there but it is finally live today, Gifts.  I think most people will see this as something to buy for Valentine's day and for supporting breast cancer but the real question is will this be a significant revenue model for Facebook.
Feb 8, 2007, 6:30 AMIn context

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