Monthly Archives: May 2008

nyc not the best for startups?

Paul Graham’s most recent essay touches on what a city says to you. One few points stood out: NYC is expensive, and unless you’re donning a suit, most wont take you seriously. This suggests an answer to a question people … Continue reading

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openspaces developer challenge winners…

Kudos to Jason Carreira! His DomainProxy entry to the OpenSpaces Developer Challenge earned him a finalist position. One to watch: Leonardo Goncalves’ Goods Donation System great idea that also made it to the finals. This could be a great help … Continue reading

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build a home…

If you’re in the giving mood, there’s always a program that could use your help. In college, I did a little work with Habitat for Humanity. A really great Christian charity, that’s been around since about 1976. If by some … Continue reading

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I’ve always thought about something like this, but never made a move. Here’s to Matt Warman going from clouds to code!

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