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Monthly Archives: November 2010
My last post on this topic was not optimistic. I was coming to terms with what I thought would be an inescapable necessity. I thought there was no way I could build the business I envision with zero dollars to … Continue reading
Jeb Banner posted some good thoughts today — check it out. They prompted the following from me: I think the chasm in perceived value between coding and copywriting is created by perceived ability. If you can’t code, you know it. … Continue reading
“True stability results when presumed order and presumed disorder are balanced. A truly stable system expects the unexpected, is prepared to be disrupted, waits to be transformed.” – Tom Robbins This is something that every business owner — especially entrepreneurs … Continue reading
Because the difference is phonetically subtle, these two words are confused by probably half of the English speaking population. In fact, I was asked about their correct usage by a colleague just this morning. Affect is a verb. A doing … Continue reading
Be forewarned: this is a rant. I went to a networking event this morning for people who are interested in startups. The event was fine. There were things I liked and things I didn’t. The organizers of the meeting took … Continue reading