Dear Alexia, As promised, here are a list of twenty-five things my new company won’t be doing…

1. Creating a rival to TechCrunch

2. Any other kind of blogging

3. Last minute hotel deals

4. Creating any kind of social network for xxxx

5. Giving a shit about your social graph

6. Printing books

7. Any other kind of gamification

8. A browser plugin that explains to blog readers why something “is news”

9. Anything that helps “brands” do anything with “social media”

10. ContentFarmville: (“social gaming + seo = profit!”)

11. Building a robot army to kill anonymous commenters

12. Developing a better Barbiecam

13. Adding soundtracks to crossword puzzles

14. Publishing a newspaper

15. Creating a crowdsourced database of Julian Assange’s hypocrisies

16. “I, Mac” – A gourmet Mac and Cheese franchise for hipsters

17. Selling fancy pens

18. Selling shitty pens

19. Badges

20. Airbnb for nap pods

21. A microblog platform for public resignations

22. Potterless: a virtual community for grown-ups who hate Harry Potter

23. Wifi on planes (note: this may already exist)

24. Dogs with tiny hats

25. Quora

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