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In the conference room at a Brooklyn shared work space called Williamsburg’s Secret Clubhouse, Small Girls PR sits around the table planning out the week ahead.
Mallory Blair, the company’s 24-year-old co-founder, runs through the prospective clients that have approached the agency: an iOS social app called Ketchup, a line of shoes called Portovelo and a new line of pants for petite girls called Lilipantian. “Which is awesome, because we’re small girls,” said Ms. Blair. (It didn’t pan out, though, according to Ms. Blair, because the fledgling company couldn’t afford her agency.)
Buzzfeed’s Chris Menning takes a further look at Canvas, the new SoHo startup from 4chan’s Christopher Poole, which gives us a little more insight into the currently closed-for-beta site.
Even though Canvas is differentiating itself from 4chan, the site is clearly inspired by the mixing and remixing of images that takes place at forums Read More
The new startup from 4chan’s Chris Poole a collaborative, image-centric forum called Canvas, is rolling out invites a few at a time starting today.
Users upload images and remix them using Photoshop and a rudimentary photo editor inside Canvas, according to TechCrunch. Images can be upvoted or downvoted. It reminds us of Read More
Is 4chan creator Christopher Poole’s anonymous army turning against him? A 4chan user appeared to reveal Poole’s home address and phone number on the imageboard this week, posting a Manhattan address and phone number as “moot’s info.”
The post was quickly removed before any 4channers attempted to verify it, but one user saved a screenshot Read More
Internet hero Christopher Poole–or “Moot,” as he’s known on the image-based discussion boards of 4chan–has joined seed stage fund Lerer Ventures as an advisor, TechCrunch reports:
Moot is plugged into the hacker culture in New York City, which Lerer Ventures wants to tap into. He will advise the fund and bring it deals, as Read More
Christopher Poole thought Boston was going to be great. He lasted there just one summer, though, and now he’s in New York, where he grew up, trying to get a start-up going.
Mr. Poole, the founder of the mega-popular Web forum for hackers and mischief-makers known as 4Chan, was a sophomore at Read More