The Top 7 #Startup Tweets of the Week
Jul 23, 2012
Twitter is a conversation. Twitter is an RSS feed. Twitter is inspiration. Twitter is the pulse.
Twitter is different things to different people. One of the reasons @TechCocktail loves Twitter so hard is for insightful business discourse – and naturally we want to share what we enjoy. Every Monday, we’ll be bringing you the top seven startup-related tweets of the past week.
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#1 – @kevinrose
Founders: there is no shame in failing, take pride in that you have the guts to try something new.
— Kevin Rose (@kevinrose) July 18, 2012
#2 – @unmarketing
When you ask people to vote for something, you’re cashing in social currency. Make sure it’s worth it. It usually isn’t.
— Scott Stratten (@unmarketing) July 17, 2012
#3 – @sarahaustin
All these companies getting funded in Silicon Valley is mad. Where’s the money? Are they just printing it?
— Sarah Austin (@sarahaustin) July 20, 2012
#4 – @chrisguillebeau
“Those who win are producers, not consumers.” -@julien
— Chris Guillebeau (@chrisguillebeau) July 16, 2012
#5 – @randizuckerberg
OH “You know that feeling when you realize all your friends are getting married? I feel that way about people raising $ now” #CreativeLounge
— Randi Zuckerberg (@randizuckerberg) July 20, 2012
#6 – @mlevchin
A key qualification for a CTO is ability to distinguish fundamentally new development in technology from intellectual wankery.
— Max Levchin (@mlevchin) July 22, 2012
#7 – @shervin
In an increasingly transparent world character is an increasingly powerful weapon that resonates and reverberates at scale.
— Shervin Pishevar (@shervin) July 19, 2012
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