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Beating Expectations – Consistent and Regular Outperformance

December 31, 2012 Rich 0

Over at the 500 Hats blog, Dave McClure writes that Failure is hardly the worst thing that can happen to you in Silicon Valley. To all of us who strive for unlikely outcomes, it is this dual challenge of consistent and regular outperformance which is our real nightmare. In fact, […]

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Video: New Era Strategic Thinking for Startups

December 30, 2012 Rich 0

In this video, Fadzli Anuar from New Era Strategic Thinking discusses tips for Startup success. The best people always want to work for the best company. This does not translate into the best paying company. We are now in the age of Gen-Y and this group does not go for […]

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Calxeda Startup Finding Success in the Storage Market

December 27, 2012 Rich 0

Over at GigaOM, Stacey Higginbotham writes that ARM-based server Startup Calxeda is finding success in the storage market. As the market for scale out computing, storage and networking changes the demands made on IT equipment, Calxeda and others are seeing an opportunity that may have begun in servers and the […]

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What’s it Really Like Working at a Startup?

December 25, 2012 Rich 0

Over at the Cloudability Blog, Doug Gould writes that about the many reasons that working at a Startup is so different than your typical first job. Startups need talented people, not specific job titles. This means that you can approach a startup you think is doing something amazing and sell […]

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Video: Sparking Innovation with the X Prize and Singularity University

December 24, 2012 Rich 0

In this video from This Week in Startups, X Prize founder Peter Diamandis some of the world’s biggest challenges including illiteracy, cancer, alzheimer’s, and renewable energy. Peter explains the roots of his fascination with space and breaks down the requirements for acceptance into his Singularity University. A number of exponentially […]

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With Quirky, All Your Startup Needs is $10 and an Idea

December 22, 2012 Rich 0

Over at ABC News, Ross Rubin writes that while Kickstarter simply facilitates the raising of cash to fund Startup efforts, all you need with Quirky is an idea and $10 for a filing fee. If an idea is lucky enough to be picked by the community and pass Quirky’s approval […]