Facebook's post IPO performance has been abysmal. Groupon is losing top talent like the Florida Marlins after a championship. And HP, Dell, and Intel have become cannon fodder for the recent outpour of smart phones and tablets. The Internet has the potential to make people incredibly wealthy while, simultaneously, fueling a misplaced enthusiasm from venture capitalists and investors who are looking to turn a quick $100 million. We've got high-flying stocks turned duds and a laundry list of companies that fell apart when they were forced to do more than add an "e-" prefix to their company names. You think today's startup woes are bad? Keep reading.