In Case You Missed It: Launch Links - Week of September 20, 2015

Some interesting links we found across the web for this week:

Quirky Failure Among Largest Recent Startup Flops
Don't call it a bubble...yet. Another high-profile flame out—this time the collaborative invention platform Quirky—shows that even $170,000,000 in investment from Silicon Valley's highest flying investors is no guarantee.

The Surprising Bias Of Venture Capital Decision-Making
TechCrunch takes a long-form look at common decision-making biases applied to the investment context. A helpful overview. For more, read Daniel Kahnenman's definitive "Thinking Fast and Slow."

A Critique of VC, Founders, and Tech
Famed New York VC Fred Wilson devotes his daily column to quoting Maciej Ceglowski's biting criticism of Silicon Valley's "gentlemen investors."

Links compiled by former Associate Daniel Doktori.