Bubble or No Bubble?

Posted by: Rob Hof on May 12, 2006

My colleagues Justin Hibbard and Heather Green examine not only the overriding question in Silicon Valley—are we in a mini-bubble, at least in Web startups?—but how that’s coloring the way people look at each new startup and each new buyout. I’ve been thinking about the bubble question for awhile, and at least one person thinks the Web 2.0 crash is nigh. Still not sure about that, but I think a lot of folks in all these me-too startups may be looking for work in the next couple of years after Google, Yahoo!, and Microsoft decide not to buy them.

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PXLated

May 12, 2006 4:15 PM

"If we could get access to the usage logs of the top 10 Web 2.0 properties, I would bet that their 10,000 most active users would all be the same."

The whole thing is here...
http://redeye.firstround.com/2006/05/53651.html

Firozali A. Mulla

May 15, 2006 7:53 AM

Stocks Slide For Second Day In A Row
Dollar And Bonds Fall As Inflation Fears Rattle Investors
NEW YORK, May 12, 2006
This is the time we sadly say "WHAT GOES UP MUST COME DOWN" sad but true!!!
That too much confidence erodes the wealth or soul.

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