What would you do to improve the chances of your business succeeding? Greg Linden explores that thought and wonders if he’s cut out for the start-up life.
Does doing a start-up require spamming, porn, or pirated material … things that Greg points out were critical in the growth of Facebook, MySpace, BitTorrent, HotOrNot, YouTube, and Kazaa/Skype? Obviously, it’s something that can result in increased use and viral growth.
One thing I can say, looking at all those start-up company names, it IS clear that InTerCapS have an huge positive correlation with cool, hip, and profitable new start-ups.[tags] start-up, entrepreneur, web2.0, john koetsier [/tags]
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