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New York Magazine (February 9, 2009)

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The Deal (Jan/Feb 2009)

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New York Observer (December 22, 2008)

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HEEB Magazine (Fall 2008)

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‘Everyone thought, Shit, blogging should be easier,’ says Web pundit Nate Westheimer. ‘David recognized that people who weren’t blogging still wanted to express themselves.’

- Barely Legal Blogfather, Maxim Magazine, November 2008

Nate Westheimer, the ‘entrepreneur in residence’ at a venture capital firm, gave a talk on “The Charisma Economy: Success in the Age of Authenticity.” Charles Forman, a founder of a Web gaming company, delivered a cutting analysis of women with a fetish for dating founders of Web companies.

- Night Life Reprogrammed, New York Times, August 3, 2008

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