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David Levy

David Levy is an Entrepreneur-in-Residence for Comcast Ventures and the founder of Tigerbow and Philo. He is also an advisor for various startups, including Admitted.ly and eduClipper, as well as a venture partner with the Entrepreneurs Roundtable Accelerator.

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JD_Could it be . . . Education
Business - In honor of the recent SXSWedu, which regrettably I was not able to attend, I thought it would be fun to put down a few thoughts about edtech, which I love—because, well, who wouldn’t? It’s one of the few trillion (with a "T")...
SONY DSC
Advice - Hedge fund managers and startup CEOs may appear to come from opposite worlds - the former numbers-obsessed nutjobs hiding behind dozens of screens, the latter product-obsessed nutjobs hiding behind dozen of bowls of ramen - but...
mobile broadband
Advice - One thing that’s missing from this cycle that we had in the last cycle (i.e., the dotcom bubble) is a massive broadband overbuild. Last time it was for our wired infrastructure. This time we need it for our mobile infrastructure....
traffic
Advertising - Google directs traffic to websites, and that has made the company the most powerful on the web. In social and mobile, the power will reside with companies that direct traffic to mobile apps. Right now, those companies include...
It's Still Early 1
AlleyTalk - For the past several years I’ve been making comparisons between the dotcom bubble and this current tech cycle. At this point, that we’re in a period of exuberance (be it rational or otherwise) is a given (26 year olds don’t...
kids coding
AlleyTalk - Alexandra Jordan and Super Fun Kid Time finally got me to put some thoughts down re: coding and its impact on youth culture. Who is Alex Jordan? She’s the 9-year-old fourth grader who dreamed up, designed and pitched her playdate...
Seen This Show 1
Advertising - The value of a YouTube view will increase by orders of magnitude. Here’s why… Advertisers will pay $100,000 to get their message in front of 1 million basic cable TV viewers in an evening but only $2,000 to get their message in...
Tis the Season 3
Advice - Every holiday season, folks reach out to talk to me about the gifting market because of my first startup. It was called Tigerbow, and it let people send real gifts to email addresses (and Facebook profiles, Twitter accounts, mobile...

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