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10 Thoughts Every Startup Founder Secretly Has At Least Once
Jun02

10 Thoughts Every Startup Founder Secretly Has At Least Once

One of our earliest team members, who left to start his own company, sent us an email recently. I’ll paraphrase here, but the gist of it was that despite his being one of the first people to join the team at Ampush, nothing could have prepared him for starting his own company from the ground up. I’m not…

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Answers.com – Ask Them Anything

Answers.com is website where user’s ask and answer each others questions across a wide variety of subjects. These subjects run the gambit from politics to health to entertainment and everything in between. A wide variety of questions is available right from the get go and only deepens as you go through the site. Getting an answer on answers.com is as simple as asking a question in the search bar available on the top of the...

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Askforkids.com – Finding Answers for Your Children

Young people are by their nature inquisitive. Usually they will ask the question, and when they receive an answer, they will ask yet another question based on the answer that they just received. Some parents will direct their kids to search the Internet for an answer to their question. However, not all Internet answer sites provide answers that are age appropriate for those under 13 years of age. To help fill that void, the site...

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Frugal.im – All There Is To Know About Shopping

Are you looking for a site where you will be able to ask almost anything about shopping? If that is the case, you might give Frugal.im a try. On the official website of Frugal you can find a list of answered questions about different shopping topics and also a list of questions without answers. If you want to answer one of the questions offered on this website, Frugal.im might be a good site for you to visit. In case you want to find...

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Kvitters.com – The Social Web At A Glance

Do you ever wonder what the hottest trends are not just on sites like Twitter or Google Trends individually but on the Social Web taken as a whole? If you happened to answer that question in an affirmative way, then this site is going to be more than enlightening. Named Kvitters, it will let you see the most sought-after terms on a plurality of sites at the same time. These include not only Twitter and Google Trends but also Yahoo...

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