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May 2010

Your Web App has Launched – Now What?

by marco
You’re planning on being successful, right? One thing you should know is that the vast majority of development will happen after you go live.

April 2010

Risk and Startups

by ghis (via)
How to manage risk in startups.

March 2010

6 Tips for Building Relationships with Journalists

by oseres
I was over at Robert Scoble’s blog Sunday night reading about the “Death of the Great Startup Launch.”  I’m not 100% sure that I understood his core thesis but I *think* it was that startup events such as Demo force such a zone of secrecy about what you’re working on (with a threat of being kicked out of the event for leaking your story) that they kill the ability for most companies to dazzle people with a great company launch and doesn’t allow journalists to triangulate with others in the market before going to press.  Oh, and Demo charges the startups $18,000.  Robert’s article is worth reading.

February 2010

Launch: StartupList — a new way to reach angels - Venture Hacks @venturehacks

by oseres
Today, we’re launching a cool new way to get intros to these angels: StartupList. It’s a weekly email we send to AngelList, with 3 high-quality startups who want intros. Here’s how it works: you send us your pitch, we review it and, every Monday, we email the best 3 startups of the week to AngelList.

January 2010

December 2009

November 2009

You don't really need those features... yet. - garry's posterous

by greut

I need to remind myself of this sometimes. We are just getting started. There are must-haves and there are nice-to-haves. And the things that are burning in your heart to get into the product may not always fall into must-have.