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The Most Disruptive Startup Founders Of 2013 [Infographic]
Nov06

The Most Disruptive Startup Founders Of 2013 [Infographic]

Who’s the most disruptive founder in startup land? While I stick to my assertion that those three guys in prison deserve that title, I thought I should introduce you guys to some badass startup founders who, a) aren’t in prison for appalling crimes and whom, b) you could actually connect with and learn from…

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The Startup Sit Down’s Trep Takaways: Biggest Startup Surprise (Good Or Bad)

Since the first Startup Sit Down session with DuckDuckGo founder Gabriel Weinberg, there have been some pretty amazing tips, advice and experiences shared with some successful startup entrepreneurs. I’ve gathered some great “trep takaways” from the founder’s  “biggest startup surprise, good or bad.”   Andrew Follett of Demo Duck: Competition is Good. When I sat down with Andrew back in June, he told me that competition means...

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The Startup Sit Down: DuckDuckGo and Start Your New (Search) Engine

Gabriel Weinberg is the founder of DuckDuckGo, a search engine that relieves the pain points we find in the major search engine players… we’re talkin’ ‘bout you Google and Bing!   Seriously cool features include:   NO Tracking- DuckDuckGo does not collect or share your personal info. Excellent. NO Bubbling- DuckDuckGo does not customize search results based on your Web history. Rad. !Bang Syntax– This feature allows...

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Quicklyst.com – Take Class Notes

Using paper and pen for taking class notes has had its day. That is what one has to conclude after trying an application like Quicklyst for any length of time. This new web service makes it possible for users to take class notes digitally, and have everything organized and distributed into as many categories as they need created for easier reference later on. That is all very useful and handy, but there is more. Quicklyst can be...

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