Tuesday, December 19, 2006 8:00:00 AM PDT | VentureDeal Staff
-- Paul Janszen has recently re-launched his once-popular financial and
internet contrarian opinion site, iTulip.com.
Janszen was originally famous for a widely-viewed site during the Internet boom
of 1999-2000, which predicted the fall of the dot com industry.
The re-launched site refers to the tulip craze in the Netherlands hundreds of years ago
that led to an economic crash when it popped. The website is supported by
advertising as well as links to purchase Janszen's books.
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