TechCrunch has a list of online companies that have fallen into the deadpool. The DeadPool is a list of online companies and projects that have closed up shop and failed for various reasons. Here is an excerpt from TechCrunch on the status of the DeadPool and what they foresee for the future:
"It’s clear that new venture fundings are still out pacing DeadPool admissions by a large multiple - it looks like $600 million or so was invested in Web 2.0 startups in 2006. And since most startups fail, I expect this commenter may be correct when he says “I predict 2007 will be the year of the deadpool."Seems like it will be an interesting project to watch mainly to see what tech ventures and various blogging projects find themselves in the DeadPool and what companies ultimately succeed.
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