Archive | Venture Capital RSS feed for this section

How to become a first time online entrepreneur

The biggest occupational trend in the restructuring of the economy has been the newly minted entrepreneur. The media regales us with stories about the new startup incubators like Y Combinator, and the success stories of their progeny. All roads to developing a new business point to leveraging the Internet with some sort of social, commercial […]

Comments { 0 }

BreakingNYCNews.com – “Instant time” hyperlocal news

BreakingSFNews.com, BreakingLANews.com and BreakingNYCNews.com broadcast what is happening in each city in real time through a survey of local Twitter feeds and contributions from Twitterers who add tweets to the scrolling news feed using a specific #hashtag system. The Advent of the Breaking News websites We’re just beginning to see the development of “breaking news” […]

Comments { 5 }

Open Source Funding – Mark Cuban Simplifies Venture Capital

Mark Cuban proposes his contribution to the Stimulus Plan by allowing entrepreneurs to post “business plans” as comments to his article Open Source Funding. His criteria in a nutshell – business plans are posted for all to see, comment, and steal if they want. Mark sends a non-negotiable contract for funding. I’m glad Mark is […]

Comments { 0 }

The 12-Hour Incubation of a Crowdsource Investment Idea

What makes the social media intriguing is its facility to provide instant interpretation of random ideas and acts. These acts, adhoc and experimental by nature, generate interest – controversial, amusement, alternative perspective – within a social sphere, which then extends the premise within hours. This kind of micro-media will filter the best ideas, extend them […]

Comments { 0 }

20 Viable Social Network Ideas

20 Viable Social Network Ideas View SlideShare presentation (tags: blog friendfeed twitter ning)

Comments { 9 }