Top 30 Startup Technology and Product Posts for September 2010

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Great content again in September that meets at the intersection of startups, technology, product and being a Startup CTO. Why Every Entrepreneur Should Write and 9 Tips To Get Started - OnStartups , September 27, 2010 "The best part of blogging is the people you will meet"- Hugh MacLeod repeating wisdom from Loic Lemeur to me at the Big Pink at 2 am in South Beach after the Future of Web Apps 2008. Why You Should Write. It's human nature," he writes.

Frank Addantes FounderBlog: 12 Proven Guidelines for Rapid Product Development

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► March (1) Office 2.0: Under Process, Over Deliver So, you need to develop a product? ▼ 2006 (20) ▼ December (2) Just Say What it Is 12 Proven Guidelines for Rapid Product Development. Startup 2.0: Over-engineering will slow down product releases.

Interview with Sunil Rajaraman, Scripped

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Scripped (www.scripped.com) is applying the world of Web 2.0 to the business of script writing, and is looking to combine a free online tool for writing scripts with matching those scripts with content producers. Sunil Rajaraman: We provide free, web-based screenwriting software to aspiring writers and professionals in the community. One is that any producer of a short video on the web, or any producer of any content, can use out to find their desired content.

Frank Addantes FounderBlog: So, you need to develop a product?

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► March (1) Office 2.0: Under Process, Over Deliver So, you need to develop a product? ► 2006 (20) ► December (2) Just Say What it Is 12 Proven Guidelines for Rapid Product Development. Startup 2.0: So, you need to develop a product?

Top 120 Startup Posts for 2010

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Some really great stuff in 2010 that aims to help startups around product, technology, business models, etc. 500 Hats , January 10, 2010 Developing new startup ideas - Chris Dixon , March 14, 2010 Batch Processing Millions and Millions of Images - Code as Craft , July 9, 2010 jQuery Plugin: Give Your Characters a NobleCount - The Product Guy , March 23, 2010 How do the sample Series Seed financing documents differ from typical Series A financing documents?

What the Past Can Tell Us About the Future of Social Networking

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What I want to answer with this post (long though it may be) is: Why did Web 2.0 Brands didn’t advertise their web pages they advertised “AOL Keywords.&# You couldn’t pick up a magazine in the 96-99 timeframe without seeing AOL Keywords advertised everywhere.

The Most Interesting Online Video Trend

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Before this South Korean wonder spread across the globe I had written about a trend in global audiences that exists when the costs of production are nearly zero and the costs of distribution are also nearly free. But when you think about the movement we once called “Web 2.0

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Pathbrite Shows the Fruits of Having a Crystal Clear Value Proposition

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I mean they just had their formal product launch in April 2012 and was a runner-up in NBC’s Education Nation Innovation Challenge in October 2012, which hails in comparison to the recent contractual partnerships they are forming with education pillars. Pathbrite’s Web 2.0

Why The Growth Of The Internet Is Driving EdgeCast's Revenues

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We caught on with the right product, at the right time. You need a CDN to improve the performance of your content, especially as the web is getting heavier, more complicated, and there's more rich media. You have to be able to be disruptive to existing products and services.

Brad Feld Drops Knowledge. Here’s What He Said …

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Huge thank you to Steve De Long for the write up. This time frame – 2005/2006 – web 2.0 Was about a billion dollars on the IPO” and “was one of the first web analytics companies. So I think the hardest role to fill in a startup is a Product Management role.

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Frank Addantes FounderBlog: GoogleClick - Who owns your cash register?

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► March (1) Office 2.0: Under Process, Over Deliver So, you need to develop a product? ► 2006 (20) ► December (2) Just Say What it Is 12 Proven Guidelines for Rapid Product Development. Startup 2.0: After writing this, I think I smell something.

Is it a Good Idea to Have Ads in Tweets?

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Web 1.0 was the “static&# web. Traditional media companies published their stories on the web. Web 2.0 was the 2-way web. I then remember when Amazon started selling books on the web. All of them are really sharp on product and market.

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The 7 “Free” Ways to Get Traffic on the Web

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The 7 Ways to Get (unpaid) Traffic on the Web. “If There are 7 Ways to Get Traffic on the Web, in no weighted order they are: 1.) Search Engines – Google, Yahoo, MSN, ASK redirect billions of searches everyday.Search engines have the potential to drive millions of visitors to a given site.Wikipedia and About are two of the most popular sites on the web, but the majority of their traffic comes from referrals from search engines, not people going directly to their site.To

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Toronto Based Start Up Readitfor.me | Reads Books for You

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founder, Steve Cunningham, this is exactly the thought process he went through when developing a product to help you take in and use information faster. Like Gary Vaynerchuk, Cunningham built the family business 10 fold through creating branded web content with a viral touch.

Interview with Jan Zands, Phonesheet.com

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Jan Zands is the founders of Los Angeles-based phonesheet.com (www.phonesheet.com), a startup which is developing web-based software for tracking phone messages and action items. Jan Zands: It's a web based phone message manager. So I took the concept, and made it a web-based app.

The 7 Ways to Get Traffic on the Web

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There are 7 Ways to Get (unpaid) Traffic on the Web , in no weighted order they are: 1.) Wikipedia and About are two of the most popular sites on the web, but the majority of their traffic comes from referrals from search engines, not people going directly to their site.

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Discussion Creation Among Bloggers - LinkedIn, Blogging and Discussion Groups

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Open Source Business Models, speakers for Web 2.0 I am in the middle of writing up some of my thoughts on this and will post about it and let you know. April 20, 2007 8:32 PM Post a Comment Newer Post Older Post Home Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom) About Me Tony Karrer Dr. Tony Karrer is CEO/CTO of TechEmpower , a Los Angeles Web Development firm, and is considered one of the top technologists in e-Learning.

Interview with Jason Kiesel and Kurt Daradics, FreedomSpeaks

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I am someone who likes to interact with my Representatives and Senators, by way of writing letters, emailing, and what not. When I was listening, I made a point to try to do that, but when I did, I found I had to go to twenty sites to find the information I needed--whether that was to write a letter, send an email, or whatever. We currently have data on 3900 counties, 1900 cities, including emails, web forms, web sites, telephones, faxes, you name it.

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Frank Addantes FounderBlog: FounderBlog’s 1 Year Anniversary! A BIG THANK YOU to 3,500 entrepreneurs in 50+ countries

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► March (1) Office 2.0: Under Process, Over Deliver So, you need to develop a product? ► 2006 (20) ► December (2) Just Say What it Is 12 Proven Guidelines for Rapid Product Development. Startup 2.0:

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Frank Addantes FounderBlog: Go Fast, but Don’t Hurry

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► March (1) Office 2.0: Under Process, Over Deliver So, you need to develop a product? ► 2006 (20) ► December (2) Just Say What it Is 12 Proven Guidelines for Rapid Product Development. Startup 2.0: How do you ensure you develop the right product?

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Interview with Raph Koster, Metaplace

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I believe that when you marry the web and technology out of the game industry, you can empower people to really exploit the potential that virtual worlds have to bring people together and socialize. Raph Koster: If you think of how virtual worlds have worked, they haven't worked like the web has. There are lots of slick entertainment platforms, but there are none that feel like Web 2.0, At the high end, people can write plug-ins.

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Frank Addantes FounderBlog: Startup 5.0 – I’m just going to chill out for a bit… (OK, for a month…)

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► March (1) Office 2.0: Under Process, Over Deliver So, you need to develop a product? ▼ 2006 (20) ► December (2) Just Say What it Is 12 Proven Guidelines for Rapid Product Development. Startup 2.0: