Chris Beams’ Curation of an Entrepreneur Pattern LABCS 3348 #LABCS3348
By Larry Chiang
Hat tip Kevin Marks Re his retweet of
|Chris Beams (@cbeams)|
|8/19/14, 2:31 PM
A few thoughts on @Pinboard and why an internet of small businesses is worth building: cbea.ms/19004182
Basically, it’s the ENGR 145 baby business of “helping people arbitrage on eBay”
Disclosure: I financially benefit from EIR role, having taught this class and teaching the ENGR 145 feed (#ENGR145)
This product, PinBoard, costs money. It’s not advertising supported. Lol Re original sin.
I’m curating this under:
|8/19/14, 2:34 PM
@cbeams thanks for that! I’ve been trying to figure out recently why small solo sites are rare; the middle ground should have room for many
ENGR145’s two videos sum up the next 3 – ten years of tech founder education
And Crossing the (Innovation) Chasm from the Right)
THESE VIDEOS SIT ON TOP OF THE EXISTING “LEAN” PLATFORM and assume you will then read the HARVARD BUSINESS SCHOOL ARTICLE, “Fifth Epiphany”
Live Action Business Case Study (LABCS) 3347 will be DistroKid
LABCS 3347 #LABCS3347 is Philip Kaplan’s self-funded entity that kicks a lot of butt. It’s solo founded.
Live Action Business Case Study (LABCS) 3346 will be Complaints dot com
LABCS 3346 #LABCS3346 is Matt Smith’s self-funded entity that kicks a lot of butt
Disclosure: Matt is a co founder of Duck9
Specifically, this blog post should stimulate the execution of “Mark McCormack Mini Company Concept”. Back when it was experimental, these were called LCMCC.
Please google what you’re confused about or comment B-E-L-O-W