me, 2.0: jose nazario
beauty and the street
more startup thoughts
business is business, and making a product (as opposed to being a reseller
or a service offering) has a lot in common across industries. so, without
further ado, more links for all of you pondering going into business for
yourself, like me:
and probably magazines ... i like to read inc magazine when i get the chance,
as well as fortune
small business, and of course money
magzine, which is great for personal finance. one of my things this
year is to learn more about investing and money, so i've been reading
money magazine every month and learning as i go along.
- Why Small Businesses
Fail, from michael knowles. while it's easy to think "everyone will
think this is so cool", keep this in mind: "Youd be astounded at the number
of businesses started every year based on questionable product idea. Ever
hear of garlic cake? I didnt think so."
- Why Current Economic Conditions Are Best for Starting a Business,
where you can read stuff like this: "current economic conditions are conspiring to offer you the best environment for a business startup." is it true?
i don't know, but it's a reasonably convincing argument.
Startup Process, and notice where launching the first product is?
step 12. i'm tempted to say it should be earlier, but ... there's a
lot to do before yo ucan support a product in the marketplace.
- Software Startup
Europe, where yo ucan think about the european marketplace for
your software product.
two bugs remain in reroute, the small
honeypot assistant daemon. 1) i'm not snarfing the quoted IP header
right, and 2) firewall integration problems. still, it doesn't crash,
it just doesn't work right. not bad for about 4 hours of coding.
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