Web startup Kiko (the best calendar service since 30boxes, Google Calendar, Yahoo Calendar, and CalendarHub) can't even quietly die on eBay. The little company put itself on the block last week for $50k, only to be yanked from the auction site with three days of bidding left.
Kiko's seller says that it must have been all his links to Kiko.com, which violated eBay's terms of service. (The Kiko founder then whines about eBay being so slow to catch Kiko's violation. With diplomatic skills like that, no wonder these kids couldn't broker a better deal for their company.)