It Belongs in A Museum

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The advertising revenue DealBreaker doesn’t pay out to its summer interns is typically spent on Dot-Com Bubble-era relics. Our modest museum includes Gary Winnick's Aeron chair and a few dozen yards of fiber-optic cable. We are working to acquire the lock and chain used to close the Webvan warehouse.
It was quite a shock then to find this on eBay, a genuine govWorks.com Post-It Notes Cube. Yeah, the one that went belly-up in the 2001 movie, “Startup.com.” And at a starting bid of 99 cents it's a steal!

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