The Ultralight Startup
The Ultralight Starup

The Ultralight Startup shows you don't need an MBA, a trust fund, or even experience running your own company to become a star in the tech world. The Ultralight Startup is a comprehensive, easy-to-follow guide that will prepare any entrepreneur for success. Learn how to raise money, launch a product, get covered on TechCrunch, and the secrets behind companies like Onswipe, Foursquare, Twitter, Dropbox, Mint, and more.

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11 Jul

Hacking Calories

Hacking Calories

Tweet Disclaimer:  I’m not a nutrionist or certified health professional.  This is what worked for me and people asked to share it.  It may work better, worse, or entirely different for you.  On the flip side, I have been exercising/working out consistently for the past 10 years.  I also used to train for powerlifting and […]

09 Jun

Steve Jobs Added The iPhone Autofocus Camera For Omari Moments

Steve Jobs Added The iPhone Autofocus Camera For Omari Moments

TweetJason baptiste if u really care about QUALITY photos, u shouldnt be using an iPhone Shahzad nah Shahzad but i also want my phone to be able to take photos when an opportune moment comes up jason baptiste like omari throwing up! Shahzad i.e. omari at lucky strikes lane Shahzad i.e. anything omari

01 Jun

We Need More (PayPal) Mafias

We Need More (PayPal) Mafias

TweetA while ago… okay a little over three months ago Paul Graham (also known by many of us on Hacker News as PG) posted an article called “Can You Buy a Silicon Valley?“  It was an interesting look into what it might take to economically recreate Silicon Valley in another geographical area, and make it […]

01 Jun

Bungie Announces Halo Reach (Halo 4)

Bungie Announces Halo Reach (Halo 4)

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31 May

Sequoia Capital Could ALSO Be the World’s Largest Non-Profit In The World…

Sequoia Capital Could ALSO Be the World’s Largest Non-Profit In The World…

Tweet If Sequoia Venture Capital, who has done Cisco and Yahoo and Oracle and others, had put 1 percent of the money that it had ever invested in into a 501c(3) charity when they started it, it would be the largest foundation in the world today. Isn’t that amazing? -Marc Benioff