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Tweet Amazon announced today that they are going to offer 70% royalties to authors/content companies that put their books on the Kindle. Business Insider points out some of the limitations and restrictions, but they seem pretty fair. If you are an author aligning yourself with this model, the restrictions are a good thing as it […]
Tweet *I always mean to tell this story, but it slips my mind. Seth Godin’s Purple Cow finally made me remember while in front of the laptop* This was one of my experiences as an entrepreneur and in business at a young age. I was 17 at the time and away for my Freshman orientation […]
Tweet Dave McClure put out a post a week ago calling for more consumer startup VCs to be versed in building products, user interface/experience, and engineering. I’ve been thinking about this a lot as Venture Capital is starting to evolve and most first rounds are done by firms with smaller overall fund size such as […]
Tweet If you are a geek, there is a good chance you either have a HTPC (home theater PC) or have at least checked out the concept a bit. It’s a fairly simple concept at heart: buy a small form factor or media center looking PC and hook it up to your TV to consume […]
Tweet I’m on my way to the valley as we speak (mountain view ironically) for startup school and other fun adventures. When I make the trek from Florida to the Valley it often involves long layovers in random cities. Today’s is Chicago. The saving grace to layovers as any geek traveler will tell you is […]