Rapleaf's Web: How You Are Profiled on the WebOm Malik
Earlier, I posted about San Francisco-based Internet information aggregator Rapleaf, a service that collects, sorts, and repackages data about many of us who spend an inordinate amount of time on the Internet. I started poking around and discovered many startups that are using data from Rapleaf, but it's not just startups. Just take a look at this article on Rapleaf in Fast Company from last year:
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