Archive for June, 2008

Is Stealth Mode a Good Thing?

Wednesday, June 25th, 2008

Some start-ups choose to develop their products and services in stealth mode in order to avoid competitor attention and build hype leading up to the launch. Many believe this to be the best tactic, although I’m not yet convinced.

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Excessive Twittering is Ego-Blogging

Monday, June 16th, 2008

Everyone likes hearing their own voice. But not everyone has something important to say. In fact, it is highly unlikely that everything anyone says is overly compelling. For this reason, I believe that excessive Twittering is a form of ego-blogging.

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WordPress as a CMS

Tuesday, June 10th, 2008

Most people recognize WordPress as a world class blogging platform. What most people don’t realize is that WordPress can be used to quickly and easily set up a website. In other words, the blogging platform doubles as a simple website CMS.

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Is Silicon Valley The Place To Be?

Friday, June 6th, 2008

In February, a spat between Michael Arrington of TechCrunch and Glenn Kelman of Redfin re-ignited the age-old debate of whether it is better to launch a start-up in Silicon Valley or whether physical location matters in the Internet age.

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How Do You Seek News?

Thursday, June 5th, 2008

When I’m catching up on the day’s headlines, I turn to numerous channels and sources. Generic news sites lack significance and don’t offer meaningful content. The ability to weed out the excess and focus on what’s important to you is the ultimate goal.

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