In Pictures: 10 signs the dot-com tech bubble has returned

Oval Offices, Dot Zombies, jerks with perks -- is it simply déjà vu, or are we hurtling toward another Silicon Valley crash?

3. New tech millionaires aren't old enough to vote When Yahoo acquired Summly for $30 million last March, it put a nice chunk of lunch money into the pocket of 17-year-old founder Nick D'Aloisio (pictured). By comparison, then-26-year old David Karp was an old coot when Yahoo paid $1.1 billion for Tumblr last May. Instagram founders Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger were 28 and 26, respectively, when Facebook dropped a cool billion (now marked down to $715 million) on their photo-sharing service in 2012. You know what they say: Never trust anyone over 30 who doesn't have at least $100 million in their checking account.

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