There's a post by Nick Bilton posted yesterday on NYTimes.com called "Distruptions: Tach Valuation Defy the Restraints of Reality." It's an interesting read, as it offers one view of the mentality of tech company valuations in Silicon Valley. In my opinion, the article focuses on a small (irrational) subset of behavior in Silicon Valley, while most of the seasoned, institutional venture capital investors take a more disciplined approach to investing and valuations. Here's a link to the article: http://bits.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/01/22/disruptions-the-sloshing-sound-of-tech-valuations/
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