The word "literature" has different meanings depending on who is using it. It could be applied broadly to mean any symbolic record, encompassing everything from images and sculptures to letters.

miércoles, 6 de junio de 2007

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How to Start a Startup.Build something users love, and spend less than you make.
Hiring is Obsolete.The market is a lot more discerning than any employer.
How to Make Wealth.To get rich you need to get yourself in a situation with two things, measurement and leverage.
Why to Not Not Start a Startup.All the reasons you aren't doing it, and why most (but not all) should be ignored.
Ideas for Startups.The initial idea is not a blueprint, but a question.
Why Smart People Have Bad Ideas.A hacker who has learned what to make, and not just how to make, is extraordinarily powerful.
The 18 Mistakes that Kill Startups.If you avoid every cause of failure, you succeed.
The Hardest Lessons for Startups to Learn Some things about startups are kind of counterintuitive.
How to Fund a Startup. Venture funding works like gears.
The Hacker's Guide to Investors. Hackers don't know how little they know about this strange world.
How to Present to Investors. Explain what you're doing and why users will want it.
A Student's Guide to Startups.Starting a startup could well become as popular as grad school.
The Venture Capital Squeeze. Why not let the founders have that first million, or at least half million?
The Other Road Ahead.You may not believe it, but I promise you, Microsoft is scared of you.
What Business Can Learn from Open Source.There may be more pain in your own company, but it won't hurt as much.
What the Bubble Got Right.Even a small increase in the rate at which good ideas win would be a momentous change.
A Unified Theory of VC Suckage. If you're not one of the very top funds, you're condemned to be the bad guys.

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