Figuring Out FourSquare

Seeing Both Sides

million in its series A financing and kept the burn rate at less than $100k per month to make he money last. Dennis wrote a great post at the time of the financing that showed just how product obsessed he was, even after taking the seed money. Raising money, scaling the team.

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Why you shouldn’t keep your startup idea secret

cdixon.org

Hunch API. Another benefit of talking freely, is that you may also find potential partners or future employees–other key components beyond investment money. link] What’s the right amount of seed money to raise? cdixon.org - chris dixons blog. Follow @cdixon. About me. cdixon.org contents. Twitter: @cdixon. My posterous blog. Hunch! hunch.com. Twitter predictor game. My Hunch Recommendations. Friends with websites. Eric Paley. David Frankel. Tom Pinckney.

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From Nothing To Something. How To Get There.

techcrunch.com

This is the first post in what’s going to be a series of blogs on how to go from nothing – no connections, no team, no money and no knowledge of how the startup industry really works – to operating a growing business. If you want to waste nine months trying to raise VC money for that idea, great. I need money for the servers. No raising money. thanks to advice like yours, people like me spent that time developing rather than begging for money.

Why Invest in oneforty and the Real-Time Web?

Seeing Both Sides

Google and Bing are scrambling to catch up and paying Twitter good money to access the data stream (which, Spencer Ante of BusinessWeek reports, enabled Twitter to become profitable in 2009 ). All of this, and the more robust Twitter API, is transforming Twitter into a platform company rather than simply an engaging consumer service. Today's announcement of our investment in oneforty is a useful prompt to talk about why I'm a big believer (and now investor) in the real-time Web.

Figuring Out foursquare

Launching Tech Ventures

million in its series A financing and kept the burn rate at less than $100k per month to make he money last. Dennis wrote a great post at the time of the financing that showed just how product obsessed he was, even after taking the seed money. Raising money, scaling the team. A rich discussion ensued about what it means to raise big money.

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