In this video, Alexis Madrigal from The Atlantic presents: The Jig is Up – Why Startups Need To Solve Real Problems. Alexis Madrigal thinks our modern entrepreneurial climate has a problem: we’re not solving big problems anymore. The startup boom in the late 90s gave birth to revolutionary mobile devices. […]
In this video, Stephen Key stops by the Googeplex to discuss his latest book, One Simple Idea for Startups. You can find his book on Google Play. How many times have you seen a product and thought, “I know how to make that better”?How is it that no one has […]
In this slidecast, Steven Lamb and Andrew Flint from Nevex discuss the company’s new application acceleration software for Windows. Read the Full Story. Download the MP3 * Subscribe on iTunes * Subscribe on other podcast players
In this video, serial entrepreneur Robert Diener presents: The Conservative Entrepreneur – A Business Philosophy. Diener was the founder of Hotels.com and his new venture is GetaRoom.com, which offers hotel room bookings at special discount prices. Download the slides (PDF) or the MP3 Audio.
Vanessa Merit Nornberg at Inc. Magazine lists 5 Tech Rules Entrepreneurs Should Live By: Work-related texts and Tweets should be quick, but right. In business, it is important not only to be fast thinking, but also to be able to fully develop ideas. Pertinent questions must be asked and clear […]
Angel Investor Leo Widrich has posted an excellent guide on how to get media coverage for your Startup. Everything mentioned in this guide, should set you up for making it easy to get into this cycle of constant coverage and news mentions. Of course, the development of your startup needs […]
Tara Hunt over at Inc. writes that premature hype can really kill a Startup. The biggest issue with pushing the press buttons before you are ready for it is that the world should not be your beta lab. Robert Scoble, in a widely read rant against writing about minimum viable […]
In this podcast, NPR looks back at the birth of Silicon Valley in the 1950s. In 1956, what is now called Silicon Valley was called the Valley of the Heart’s Delight. Its rolling hills were covered with farms and orchards. To become Silicon Valley it needed four ingredients: the first, […]