- An interview by Adaptive Path with Flickr's Eric Costello. More technical that business-y, but still filled with great ideas "...because we’re quick to develop and deploy new things, and because we have a talkative bunch of users and a lot of places for them to talk to us, we can quickly assimilate suggestions from the community. We can build a feature and deploy it sometimes within a week of hearing a feature request."
- Garret Dimon offers some advise on going solo. Aimed at web developers it still offers solid if brief general advise and links on various aspects from pricing to business development.
- A great article over at Capital Hacks on bootstrapping a viral startup with case studies of Stewart Butterfield (Flickr), Joshua Schachter (del.icio.us) and Jason Fried (37 Signals/Basecamp). This is really quite well done.
- Paul Graham teaches How to Start a Startup "You need three things to create a successful startup: to start with good people, to make something customers actually want, and to spend as little money as possible."
- Inc. Magazine has online webinars on starting up a business. Great stuff here too with compiled advice from some seriously successful entrepreneurs.
- Business Name & Tag Line Generator. If you can get past the blindingly bad design on this site (and that's no small task), it's got good info. "19 steps to create a company name or tag line that sparkles with distinction."
- The Donald launches a blog! The Trump Blog. "My career is a model of tough, fair dealing and fantastic success--without shortcuts, without breaking the law." (good for a laugh anyway.)
Great links! Deffinitely made me happy :)
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