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Investors Need to Lose Their Egos and Founders Need to Gain Some Confidence
Editor’s Note: This blog post has been excerpted from an article that was originally published by Paul Singh on his
What’s More Important in Life: Work or Family?
What is most important in life?
If you’re like many angel investors we interviewed, you’ll answer: family. Joanne
Why are Startups Funny?
When Twitter crashes, you used to get the “fail whale”: a bunch of orange birds hopelessly trying to lift a
4 Steps to Grow Your User Base
User growth requires a solid analytical approach and a creative mindset to mold and build captivating and stimulating
Cracking the Love Code: Why Most Online Dating Sites Fail
If you’re single, today sucks. There is no escaping all the ooey-gooey-makes-you-just-want-to-barf ads and promotions
3 Keys to Building Great Financial Models
Tech Cocktail is happy to share three keys to building a great financial model by guest author Taylor Davidson, creator
The Moonlight Hustle
It’s unbelievably hard to find your rung on the career ladder now. At least 9.1% of us can’t even grab a hold, and
Rise of the Trolls (The IP Litigator’s Dream)
Intellectual Property (IP) lawsuits are big business these days. In fact, some companies and enterprising individuals use
ReportGrid Brings Simplicity to Analytics
Lackluster analytics getting you down? ReportGrid, a company that was showecased at our Tech Cocktail Boulder event on
How Many Users Do the Major Social Networks Have?
Every hack authoring an article and every flack penning a proposal has encountered The Question: how many users does Social
WSJ Social Turns Facebook Into Your News Startpage Where You Are The Editor
Yesterday, the Wall Street Journal launched a standalone news product built entirely on Facebook. The new product, called
I Call Bullsh!t On The AOL and TechCrunch Fiasco
Disclaimer: This is an opinion piece, based on the facts and most names have not been changed to protect their innocence,
What Would Yoda Do?
On a recent visit to Dogabah, I had the good fortune to sit down with well-known business coach, galactic rebel and Jedi
Mobile Payment Apps – A Starbucks Case Study
Being a relatively new father, I’ve gone from being a non-coffee drinker to a Starbucks Gold Card member. So when
Mirror.me Reflects Your Social Connections and Interests
Everyday, people are posting social media messages, photos and videos, loading the Internet with their own personal "social
Mapping Opportunity: Perceptual Mapping
Perceptual mapping is a graphical technique allowing you to plot competitor brands and identify holes where new products can
The Future of Foursquare: Value or Novelty?
Is it a revolution in location based social media, or the latest fad destined to fizzle out?
Any seasoned Foursquare user