I’ve linked to something like The Personal MBA Recommended Reading List in the past. This blog post connected some dots for me though by mentioning that people get together to discuss the books. Sort of a book club/development group. I like that. I may need to find some like minded professionals in LA (westside/south bay) […]
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O’Reilly Radar >Entrepreneurial Proverbs offers some tips for entrepreneurs.
My twos of readers will undoubtedly have noticed that things have been a bit quiet around these parts for the past few months. That’s because I’ve been working on a new project which I’m finally ready to launch. Friendly Dinner is an introduction/dining club for people who are interested in meeting new friends and sampling […]
To Partner, or Not to Partner? offers some good thoughts on the who, what, why, where and how of deciding whether to add a partner to your company.
Getting To Done: Roll Your Own Business seems to have some good advice.
Some good thoughts in How to Start a Startup.
I’m actually in the early planning stage of a social networking company/web site that I’d like to build. So, Ning, which bills itself as a playground for building and using social applications, couldn’t have come around at a better time. Social apps are web applications that enable anyone to match, transact, and communicate with other […]
Put your Money where your Mouse Is: 6 Payment Gateways Reviewed [eCommerce] One of the most important decisions you’ll face is to choose a gateway to handle your credit card payments. The well-known Authorize.net may spring to mind, but is it really the best option for your business? In this article, we’ll take an in-depth […]
I’m not sure that How To Find the Best Merchant Account For Your Business really lives up to its title. Still, it does decode some of the fees you’ll run into, and it does make it clear what to watch out for. Here’s Another One with a bit more info.