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» Death by Square Feet from Tech Beat
Ross Mayfield is finally looking for an office for his startup, Socialtext. That may not sound very momentous, but these days, the best startups seem to operate a very long time working out of homes and coffeehouses. Given that Socialtext... [Read More]

» Ross Mayfield On Finding A Home And Net-Enabled Bootstrapping from Steve Shu's Blog
Ross Mayfield (CEO of Socialtext) has a great post that places his company's recent venture capital financing (includes DFJ) and prospects of finding new company digs in the context of fourteen stages of a high-tech startup. To be frank I [Read More]

» Net-Enabled Bootstrapping from Photo Matt
How Ross Mayfield has grown Socialtext as a virtual company and the pros and cons of that system. I see interesting similarities between the way the WordPress team works, and I imagine the same would be true for other open source projects as well. I s... [Read More]

» Quote of the Day from The Future of Work Weblog
There's a great statement by Ross Mayfield on his blog today about how his startup, SocialText, is finally big enough to look for a home: Real Estate is the leading cause of death for startups... He continues: We started with... [Read More]

» Real Estate: Leading Cause of Startup Death from Business Opportunities Weblog
Ross Mayfield: "I am convinced that being virtual is the best way to start a company. The benefits go beyond cost (although the culture of frugality can go a very long way). In our case, it improves the product. But... [Read More]

» Update from tins ::: Rick Klau's weblog
Ross announced recently that Socialtext closed a B round of funding. In classic Ross fashion, he did the counter-intuitive (and brilliant, IMO) thing and chose not to trumpet the details, instead choosing to let bloggers hunt them down. A Socialtext... [Read More]

» Leading Cause of Death of Startups: Real Estate from Small Business Trends
Ross Mayfield, CEO of SocialText, and a long-time blogger himself, is finally getting an office. For two years his company has operated virtually.... [Read More]

» Leading Cause of Death of Startups: Real Estate from Small Business Trends
Ross Mayfield, CEO of SocialText, and a long-time blogger himself, is finally getting an office. For two years his company has operated virtually.... [Read More]

» 14 Stages of Forming a Company from CYBAEA.NET - The business impact of disruptive technology innovation
I'm slowly catching up with 2,105 unread items on Bloglines. Groan! Just over a week ago Ross had an insightful post that en passant pointed to The Process of Forming a Company by John Nesheim, which decribes the 14 stages of forming a company: [Read More]

» Managing a Virtual Team from CYBAEA.NET - The business impact of disruptive technology innovation
A few days ago, Ross wrote an insightful article titled Finding a Home about how they have managed growing as a virtual team, and what some of the pitfalls of this approach are. [Read More]

» Comunicazione aziendale: wiki, blog, instant messaging... from ..:digital||divide:..
Interessante analisi di James Farmer sui nuovi strumenti di comunicazione interna / knowledge management a disposizione di una azienda: blog, wiki, instant messaging ecc... Riprendendo un post del fondatore di Socialtext, Farmer fa un'analogia tra "... [Read More]

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