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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:

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