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Woot Woot!!

Congrats. Hard work pays off & so happy for you guys.


Congratulations. When i first learned about hyperpublic i thought of it as a PAAS (a platform as a service). What are your thoughts about the riskes associated with platforms like hyperpublic? Hope you keep your blog rolling!

First Congratulations! When i first heard of Hyperpublic I thought of all the great use cases for your platform which i call a PAAS (a platform as a service). Can you give us a feel for how many startups were working with your APIs? Also, what are your thoughts about generally about the risks of building a company dependent on platforms similar to Hyperpublic. Thanks and Keep Blogging!

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    I’m a NYC based entrepreneur. I think there is one metric that can be used to measure the value of a human life and that’s impact. How did you change things? How many people did you touch? How different is the world because you lived in it and how positive was the change that you affected? (p.s. i don’t use spell check…deal with it) You can email me at


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