Archive for February, 2011

When is the right time to launch? SandmanApp on building a better product that people might actually need.

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Posted: February 27th, 2011
at 2:28pm by mnp


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The story of GreenGoose from BostInnovation is interesting. How did Brian Krejcarek develop aAlow cost sensor and accelerometer design into a successful product?

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Posted: February 27th, 2011
at 10:28am by mnp


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George Tziralis of Openfund begs the question, how do you fundraise?

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Posted: February 27th, 2011
at 10:21am by mnp


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What is the reconciliation when veterans and n00bs need to share code?ASteve Yegge with some answers to this problem.

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Posted: February 27th, 2011
at 10:14am by mnp


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What can you learn by being featured on CNN and Mashable? Dan Shipper and hisAlessons learned.

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Posted: February 27th, 2011
at 10:08am by mnp


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How can a company like Transphorm effectively convert energy without loss to devices? Celsias talks about the transition from Silicon to Gallium Nitride.

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Posted: February 27th, 2011
at 10:03am by mnp


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Norman on Design Principles

Kind of old (1994), but still very relevant today…

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Posted: February 27th, 2011
at 9:54am by mnp


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Wikipedia has moved to Versailles? Fast Company on the greater good served by having encyclopedias in institutions.

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Posted: February 27th, 2011
at 9:44am by mnp


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What is like to participate in a social compact while operating a business? Tim O’Reilly looks at the Warren Buffett approach.

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Posted: February 27th, 2011
at 9:40am by mnp


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