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    Seth Roberts has unexpectedly passed away. Others who knew him more intimately than I did, have already penned, quite eloquently, why he will be missed. ...
  • The Engineer’s Conceit
    In tech startups, The Engineer’s Conceit is thinking that: a) you know what needs to be built b) you create value by rolling up your ...
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    Because the current criticism of lean startup and customer development is, for the most part, so markedly atrocious, so lacking concrete insight and usually amounts ...
  • Why Penicillin Was A Small Idea That Saved 100 Million Lives
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  • Quotes For Entrepreneurs–February 2015
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  • BeamWise Debuts Zemax Integration at Photonics West 2015
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  • Some Unsolicited Advice From David Cain
    David Cain wrote a thought provoking, practical, and inspiring blog post today on “67 short pieces of advice you didn’t ask for.”  He acknowledges it’s a ...
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    This guest post is by Tyler Willis, an entrepreneur and angel investor. You can learn more about him on AngelList. For several interesting macro-economic reasons ...
  • Designers at AngelList
    Must be a 1-(wo)man startup. Must code. Must write good copy. Must be passionate about solving problems for our customers, not “designing.” Must fix other ...
  • AngelList new employee reading list
    I do the onboarding for all new AngelList team members. Part of it is asking them to read the following (many candidates have read these ...
  • Things we care about at AngelList
    We care about: Eliminating frictions so startups can change the world Connecting startups with their ideal partners, on the best terms, fast Building tools for ...
  • How much traction do I need to raise money?
    How much traction do you need to raise $1M? AngelList’s Ash Fontana has the answer on TechCrunch: Read the post for details and also see these ...

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