Sat.Nov 03, 2012

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Feld Thoughts

During the last few days in Kentucky I was asked some version of the question “how do I get started” a few times. TechStars

5 Tips to Alignment With New Consumer Buying Habits

Startup Professionals Musings

Entrepreneurs always work hard to create an innovative product or service, but often count on standard seller marketing for sales. Marty Zwilling.

Sir Richard Branson: 'Business Is All About Details'

Fresh Inc.: The Staff Blog

Unless you get thousands of tiny details right when you launch a new business, you'll have nothing


The future of recruiting in the technology industry

The Next Web

It’s the complaint that lead us to tackle the problem with the founding of DeveloperAuction. recruiters. or Startuply. A number.

Weekend Favs November Three

Duct Tape Marketing

My weekend blog post routine includes posting links to a handful of tools or great content I ran across during the week. If You Liked This Post.

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SATURDAY JAZZ BRUNCH: Autumn Leaves performed by Cannonball.

Mark Birch

SATURDAY JAZZ BRUNCH: Autumn Leaves performed by Cannonball Adderley - For better or worse (and given the recent storm, most would say worse), the autumn season is finally upon us. The cold tinge in the air, the leaves drifting in piles along the ground, and the shorter days are all signals towards an oncoming winter.


Arnett talks Arrested Development coming back, and I can’t wait

Jeff Hilimire


"Start-Ups doesn’t entirely fail in that last regard. Its characters run the gamut from narcissistic."

Mark Birch

“Start-Ups doesn’t entirely fail in that last regard. Its characters run the gamut from narcissistic idiocy all the way to petty sociopathy…But this crew is like a six-pack of nonalcoholic beer: It’s lousy and doesn’t even get you drunk.” - “Review: ‘Start-Ups: Silicon Valley’” via Bloomberg Businessweek. Really not much more to say here.

"Twitter was phenomenally useful microscopically — I was literally finding out information about how."

Mark Birch

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