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Dan Primack Aug 12
Automattic paid peanuts for Tumblr. Source familiar puts it well south of $20 million. Reminder: Yahoo paid $1.1 billion for it.
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Dan Primack Aug 12
Replying to @danprimack
Again, just to be clear... emphasis on the "well below" $20 million...
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Dan Primack
3/ Story updated: Price less than $3 million.
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Steve Kovach Aug 12
Replying to @danprimack
Verizon would’ve gotten at least 10x that from Pornhub.
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Francis Hwang Aug 12
Not too late for Pornhub to try launching a Tumblr clone
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Feral Crow Emoji Aug 12
cumblr
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OurDarkLordStan Aug 12
You joke, but that's an actual website.
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Micah Merrick Aug 12
Replying to @danprimack
This is like the bad restaurant joke, updated for tech: "What's the fastest way to make $1M?" "Start with a billion dollars, THEN..."
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Adam Noble Aug 12
... ban ponography.
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Steve Sammartino Aug 12
Please no one else like this so the number stays appropriate
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Bobthebrownsguy Aug 13
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Loch Nessa Monster🌸 Aug 12
Replying to @danprimack
lmao it's 1/300th the value now that they banned porn
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clara b Aug 12
it turns out people liked the porn
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Murphman Aug 12
Who knew?
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The Competence Tank Is Empty Aug 12
Replying to @danprimack
They could have gotten more from a gofundme of tumblr users who just want their porn back.
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Brandon Jonely 🌹 Aug 12
right of first refusal for users of social media IMO
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Viko - Amazon FC Ambassador 📦 Aug 12
platform 👏 cooperatives
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Steve Sammartino Aug 12
Huge opportunity this - in future funded Indy cooperative socilal channels are inevitable
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Viko - Amazon FC Ambassador 📦 Aug 12
Anything that could possibly be run on something resembling a blockchain will be, at least three times before people realize what a terrible idea it is, and then at least twenty times after
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Ian Agar Aug 12
Replying to @danprimack
Wow!! Just wow. Banning porn was a terrible mistake. People flocked to Tumblr for legitimate, legal adult content. That was Tumblr's competitive advantage, and now it's gone and the price shows that loss!
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Davis Aug 12
Replying to @ianagarvc @danprimack
Also that full page privacy policy accept thing was a huge fail
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Andre Barbero Aug 12
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