First off, clowning somebody's bad news is only a practice for trolls and people with low self-esteem. And so, this sad news shouldn't earn a gleeful reaction.
Instead we remember that this local tech company is one of our first local write-ups and promo before the outset of the Google Fiber era and so much ensuing "silicon prairie" hype.
From the perspective of very talented and tech savvy locals, there's a lot to learn from their exit interview and their story offers a candid view of entrepreneurial efforts that don't work out.
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Leaders at a Prairie Village tech startup announced Monday their decade-long mission to fix a broken piece of the economy would come to a close later this week. Zaarly - an online marketplace to hire accountable home service providers - is expected to cease operations Friday, according to a message from Bo Fishback, co-founder and CEO of Zaarly.