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Dave Sifry is an American software entrepreneur and blogosphere icon known for founding Technorati, formerly a leading blog search engine. He also lectures widely on wireless technology and policy, weblogs, and open source software.
Sifry grew up on Long Island, and learned to program on a Commodore PET. He decided that he would move to Silicon Valley and start a company when he was still a teen. After studying computer science at Johns Hopkins University, he worked for Mitsubishi.
- 2006 Best Blog Guide - Technorati - Web 2.0 Awards
- 2006 Best of Show - Technorati - SXSW Awards 
- 2006 Best Technical Achievement - Technorati - SXSW Awards 
- Media related to Dave Sifry at Wikimedia Commons
- Sifry’s Alerts, Dave’s personal blog.
- Technorati management team official page, reference for much of the above
- David Sifry podcast, PodLeaders, 2006-04-05
- Ten Questions with David Sifry, Signal Without Noise, 2006-07-09
- David Sifry on Technorati and entrepreneurship Video
- David Sifry on the state of the Net, Video interview, 2008-02-09
- David Sifry in Inc. magazine, January 2006
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