Tag Archive: TechCrunch

Nov 08

So Is Web 3.0 Already Here? (TCTV)

Note from Jimmy Hua: This post is shared through my Google Reader from another source. All credit of the post belongs to them which you can access by going to So Is Web 3.0 Already Here? (TCTV) Last week, we invited big-thinkers Reid Hoffman and Tim O’Reilly into the TechCrunch Studios to talk about Hoffman’s …

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Nov 02

Startup Mantra: Hire Fast, Fire Fast

Note from Jimmy Hua: This post is shared through my Google Reader from another source. All credit of the post belongs to them which you can access by going to Startup Mantra: Hire Fast, Fire Fast This post originally appeared on TechCrunch.  I have often said that what separates real entrepreneurs from pundits and bystanders …

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Nov 01

Mashape, The Etsy Of Cloud Services, Goes Beta; Lets You Monetize Your APIs In A Click

Note from Jimmy Hua: This post is shared through my Google Reader from another source. All credit of the post belongs to them which you can access by going to Mashape, The Etsy Of Cloud Services, Goes Beta; Lets You Monetize Your APIs In A Click Mashape has a somewhat unusual backstory: The Italian startup …

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Oct 06

Whom Should You Hire at a Startup? (Attitude Over Aptitude)

Note from Jimmy Hua: This post is shared through my Google Reader from another source. All credit of the post belongs to them which you can access by going to Whom Should You Hire at a Startup? (Attitude Over Aptitude) This post originally ran on TechCrunch. Startups.We know the mantra: Team matters. Is this philosophy …

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Sep 28

How Many Investors Are Too Many?

Note from Jimmy Hua: This post is shared through my Google Reader from another source. All credit of the post belongs to them which you can access by going to How Many Investors Are Too Many? Editor’s Note: This is a guest post by Mark Suster, a 2x entrepreneur who has gone to the Dark …

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Sep 26

Should You Really Be A Startup Entrepreneur?

Note from Jimmy Hua: This post is shared through my Google Reader from another source. All credit of the post belongs to them which you can access by going to Should You Really Be A Startup Entrepreneur? Editor’s Note: This is a guest post by Mark Suster, a 2x entrepreneur who has gone to the …

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Sep 06

Take The Red Pill: The Rise Of The Hybrid Startup

Note from Jimmy Hua: This post is shared through my Google Reader from another source. All credit of the post belongs to them which you can access by going to Take The Red Pill: The Rise Of The Hybrid Startup Editor’s note: Glenn Kelman is the CEO of Redfin and formerly a co-founder of Plumtree Software. …

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Sep 03

Social Networking (the Shorter Version) Past, Present, Future

Note from Jimmy Hua: This post is shared through my Google Reader from another source. All credit of the post belongs to them which you can access by going to Social Networking (the Shorter Version) Past, Present, Future This blog post originally appeared in serialized form here on TechCrunch.  This version is the shorter, ADHD version. …

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