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Eric Hippeau (@erichippeau)

It gives us tremendous pleasure to announce the second addition to our advisory board, Eric Hippeau!

Eric’s reputation in the digital media and publishing world needs no introduction… former Managing Partner at Softbank, an early stage investment VC for technology and media start-ups, CEO of Ziff-Davis and most recently, the CEO of the Huffington Post. Eric is attributed with the knack for recognizing potential early on in a company and then leading them to success. Eric is currently partner at Lerer Ventures.


Eric joins Guy Kawasaki on the board and we are looking forward to their guidance , perspective and wisdom as Paper.li continues to grow and evolve its services in the curation space.


In joining the paper.li Advisory Board, Eric Stated ” In a world awash with information, well-curated content is increasingly important and I’m excited to advance the industry through working with the Paper.li team. Paper.li opens up a whole new way for people to consume information and engage in news that matters.”

We see this as a significant step in taking Paper.li to the next level in social publishing and further shaping the role of individuals as curators or “Editor-in-Chiefs” of their own news sites.

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9 Responses to “Eric Hippeau joins Guy Kawasaki on Paper.li Advisory Board”

  1. Brenda

    I never had doubts paper.li would not only be a leader in digital publishing, but set the trend combining technology and publishing. I am excited to use the new features and look forward to creating more papers!

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  2. Mick Stuart

    This is my hopes fulfilled. Keep ahead and present relevant news and information. I have not bought a newspaper for twenty two years now.
    Mick Stuart of Islay.
    Try “mick stuart” or “bothymedia.co.uk” You’ll find me easily.

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