March 15, 2012

Crowdfunding – The Storm Begins

In 2011 “Crowdfunding” matured from a method to collect donations for small creative projects, to a formidable new way of investing in startups.  Battleground 2012 is about […]
March 10, 2012

Entrepreneurial ‘Haiku’ Contest

Last week I started a new feature on this site specifically for first-time entrepreneurs: A repository of quotes, tips and advice collected from around the web, […]
February 23, 2012

Entrepreneurial Writer’s Marketing

There’s an age-old and ongoing debate about whether entrepreneurship can be taught or if it’s something that people are born with. Having both been a serial […]
February 21, 2012

College Professors – Meme

  From : Slideshare – Professors meme by Timothy Christy  
February 6, 2012

Looks Can be Deceiving …

Silicon Valley and the high tech world have long ago gotten over the notion that talent doesn’t always conform to dress codes and other norms. I’m […]
February 2, 2012

Who is a Journalist? (Article and Debate)

The other day I was asked to write an article for PBS’s Journalism and Innovation site (PBS – Mediashift) – on the subject of “Who is […]
January 25, 2012

Foursquare member #39,755

I got an email from Foursquare a few weeks ago, that started off with: First off, thanks for believing in our little startup as we try […]
January 23, 2012

Crowdfunding – The Calm Before the Storm

1. Crowdfunding Grows Up: 2011 was the year that crowdfunding matured, went pro and on the cusp of mainstream.   In prior years, crowdfunding sites were viewed as the only way starving […]
January 4, 2012

How Most Young Entrepreneurs Appear to Investors

This is gem of a video: In front of a roomful of the best and the brightest investors (the Venture Capital Fundraising Club of Silicon Valley), […]