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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15 Mar

A Year on Hacker News

A Year on Hacker News

TweetMost online communities turn to garbage over time.  There’s no formula as to why this happens exactly.  In the broader scheme of things, it probably has to do with the growth of the community and the signal to noise ratio.  Digg seemed to head down the tubes after V3 was released in mid 2006.  I’ve […]

12 Feb

Be In The Business Of Making Money

TweetBusinesses are rediscovering that they are in business to make money. Next thing you know banks will rediscover that their business model is loaning money to people who pay it back. – Patrick on Hacker News

08 Feb

The Quickest Way To Tank Your Company

Tweet“The quickest way to tank your company is to believe what you read in the press, especially if it happens to be about you. The vast majority of journalists are not interested in covering what is actually happening. They are interested in covering what they think people want to think is actually happening. Everything is […]

03 Feb

Everytime a VC Makes a Bad Investment, Seal Clubbing Occurs

Everytime a VC Makes a Bad Investment, Seal Clubbing Occurs

Tweet Me youre fucking kidding me right? These guys got funding. Mark WHAT THE FUCK Me i met the vc that invested in them at a conference in May. sigh, i thought he was smart Mark graphic images of seal clubbing Me am i gonna die laughing? Me LOL. Everytime a VC Makes a Bad […]

29 Jan

Why I Started To (and still do) Read TechCrunch

Why I Started To (and still do) Read TechCrunch

Tweet First off, before the trolls decide to start dicking around and call this linkbait/sucking up, it’s not.  TechCrunch or Mike Arrington have never covered any project I’ve been a full time employee of or had an equity stake in.  Honestly, I don’t care if they do.  It would be nice, but only if it […]