Booting Up: Jack Dorsey Approves of New York’s Transformation into Startupland

YouTube is supposedly going to soon let users save clips to their phones so they can watch them offline so

(Photo by Brian Harkin/Getty Images)
(Photo by Brian Harkin/Getty Images)

YouTube is supposedly going to soon let users save clips to their phones so they can watch them offline so that’s neat. [AllThingsD]

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Instagram CEO Kevin Systrom said that he didn’t set out for the app to be a platform for fancy fashion ads, but since that’s where the money is, he’s totally fine with that direction. [TechCrunch]

“San Francisco is great. But New York has people, dynamics, intensity,” said Jack Dorsey, seeing the light. [USA Today]

There’s a new startup from former Facebooker Dan Fletcher called Beacon. Its premise? Be the “Netflix for news.” [Forbes]

AppNexus is creating a joint venture with fellow ad company Millennial Media to create a mobile marketplace that’s bigger than Google. [Business Insider]

Booting Up: Jack Dorsey Approves of New York’s Transformation into Startupland