Monday Link Love


A few interesting Web tidbits for you today:

Ross Levinsohn was fired from News Corp for raising a $500 million Internet roll-up fund, Tony Perkins tells Sarah Meyers of Internet TV show Pulse at the DFJ Schmoozefest.

Red Herring reports computer maker Dell, with its $60 million market capitalization, could be a takeover target. It cites an anonymous source.

The Mercury News has a neat story about a startup that will scan your face and predict what type of dermatological problems you’ll run into. Matt Marshall has pictures on his weblog.

GigaOM’s Liz Gannes surveys video sharing sites that pay their content producers, suggesting they may end up giving YouTube a run for its money.

Valleywag surveys San Francisco clubs run by tech entrepreneurs.

And PE Week has a story on the return of corporate VCs.