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There’s One Thing We Still Haven’t Learned About the Internet; How Crypto Is Changing VC

Why you didn’t get the offer?; How To Speak So Your Dog Will Listen; Why Most People Will Remain in Mediocrity; Coin Talk #5: Tether (USDT) is the New Disneybucks; How to Raise a Sweet Son in an Era of Angry Men; Worries Grow That the Price of Bitcoin Is Being Propped Up; 5 Ways […]

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This VC firm just wrote one of the most spot-on articles about Seed financing mistakes

Earlier this year we had the chance to connect up with a pretty incredible VC firm called Emergence based in Silicon Valley. We met with one of the partners Joe Floyd for lunch at a crowded diner in San Francisco and I was instantly impressed both with him and the thoughtful process that the firm […]

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The President of the United States Owns 3,643 Websites Including IHateTrumpVodka.com

New Poll: Escrow.com still SUCKS!  Your Brand May Be Stolen and How to Get It Back; Total recall: the people who never forget; 55 things learned as a 19 year old VC; How to encrypt your entire life in less than an hour; Hay Bale gardening: no weeds, no fertilizers and less watering!! What a simple […]

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For some investors 70% of their decision is based on the team – here’s why

As the founder of a venture-backed startup I tend to read a lot of blogs by other founders, often far ahead of where I am now, and investors, who invest in companies like ours. One of my long-time favorite blogs that has been a daily read of mine for a long time now is Mark […]

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3 articles founders can read to understand the state of vc investing in 2016

It’s no secret that the startup funding world is going to change quite a bit over the course of the year. Most of the startups that IPO’ed in 2015 are seeing lower-than-expected share prices, valuations have dropped, and some have declared that the sky is falling. While I don’t think the sky is falling, I […]

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NYSE: GDDY– Increase Paid For Itself in Minutes, Yet Not Everyone Is Happy About The Berkens/ GoDaddy Deal

Take for example the GoDaddy competitor who just lost recurring revenue from 70K parking pages and annual renewals… In other news today… Overpaying Performers; Is It Fair VCs Make $500k-$1m a Year and Expect Founders To Take a Minimal Salary? These are the 10 hottest Bay Area startups with under $10M in funding; Gigster Books $10M […]

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All Bots Are Not Fraud, But All Fraud is Caused by Bots; The Upside of Quitting

The mistakes this MySpace CEO says he’s not repeating at his new startup; How VCs Decide If It’s Worth Re-Investing In You; Twitter’s latest tool for advertisers plays to one of its biggest strengths; Hiring Senior Sales – How to pick the right one; What My Landlord Learned About Me From Twitter; Serial Entrepreneur Max […]

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Two Articles Every Founder Should Read About Burn Rates

Startup burn rates are always a hot topic and over the last week some very big names in the startup world have weighed-in to share their opinions. Since I know my blog is read by more than just startup founders I guess now would be a good time to explain what burn rate is. Burn […]

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The World Is Pissed At Facebook and With Good Reason

The latest $2 billion Facebook acquisition that we posted a whole thread about last night (you know the one arguing that if a billion dollars isn’t gratifying to you maybe you just get gratification knowing you helped start something), seems to have the everyone talking and not very kindly. It’s Kickstarter’s first billion dollar deal but […]

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Why Companies Use Terrible Spelling and Punctuation in Their Brand Names

PLUS: New York VC Investments Top $1B in the First Quarter; Twitter Talks to Ad Agencies About How to Market Twitter; Instagram Inks Ad Deal With Omnicom Worth up to $100 Million; Trends and Innovation at Citrix; Tablets Expected to Outsell PCs by 2015…  and.. Why Brands Should Turn To Bloggers Instead Of Celebrity Spokespeople […]

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