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What to Think, Ep. 6: When funding is actually bad for your startup

What to Think
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Chris Chen, founder of Like.fm and Instapainting, was a budding developer with interesting ideas and a Y Combinator acceptance letter. Then Yuri Milner gave him $150,000, and it all went downhill from there.

Join us as we discuss the news of the day — founders behaving badly, hackers behaving like hackers, and investors giving 20-somethings way too much credit. Literally.

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