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Photos from My Party!

First from Valleywag's nice (shocker!) post about it. Second, from sarahlacy.com on flickr. More on the way!

I'm stunned everyone looks so great given how hot and sweaty it was! A few teasers down below from my brilliant personal photographer Geoffrey Ellis (aka Mr. Lacy). Me signing through throngs of people, then two guys working on being "good" Evan Williams of Blogger and Twitter and Jay Adelson of Equinix, Digg and Revision3. (Although people tell me the "Once You're Lucky" cupcakes were tastier...) Again, my friend Johanna did an amazing job on this party for a shoe-string budget. All you people should hire her!





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Sarah Lacy is an award-winning reporter who has covered high-growth entrepreneurship for more than fifteen years. She is the founder, CEO and Editor-in-Chief of PandoDaily.com, the site-of-record for the startup ecosystem. She lives in San Francisco.

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