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» The Quick Flip from pc4media
Ross makes a cuationary argument against funding early stage ventures with the intention of selling them to a larger player as a feature in the larger player's stable. Given this is the first time I've founded any company, this is [Read More]

» Build to create some returns... from Occam's Razor
Good post, but even better, a great quote from Ross MayfieldMy grandpa taught me the difference between an entrepreneur and a businessman is the entrepreneur is in it for the quick flip, while a businessman makes a lasting contribution to [Read More]

» A Flip/Flop Bubble of Microventures? from Stake Ventures
Ross Mayfield has a great little article about flipping micro ventures A Flip/Flop Bubble of Microventures?. By this he means creating micro ventures for the sole purpose of selling it to some large company like Google. I am a big believer in developing a [Read More]

» The "Build It/Flip It" Bubble Discussion from Software Only
Great post from Ross re [Read More]

» Socialtext scores $3.1 million: A break with the past? from SiliconBeat
Ross Mayfield practices what he preaches -- even if the office work-style he preaches is pretty darned radical. He runs a Silicon Valley company called Socialtext that has developed wiki-based social software, which allows employees at big companies to... [Read More]

» Socialtext scores $3.1 million: A break with the past? from SiliconBeat
Ross Mayfield practices what he preaches -- even if the office work-style he preaches is pretty darned radical. He runs a Silicon Valley company called Socialtext that has developed wiki-based social software, which allows employees at big companies to... [Read More]

» Keeping Your Eye on the Ball from Buyout Blog
I followed a trackback to my last post, and came across this quote from Jeff Clavier responding to an earlier Ross Mayfield post about a "Flip/Flop Bubble": I would venture that you can't build a company solely with the express... [Read More]

» Entrepreneurs and Businessmen from Business Opportunities Weblog
Ross Mayfield: "My grandpa taught me the difference between an entrepreneur and a businessman is the entrepreneur is in it for the quick flip, while a businessman makes a lasting contribution to the community." via Occam's Razor and Buyout Blog.... [Read More]

» Ross Mayfield's Weblog: A Flip/Flop Bubble of Microventures? from BizBlogs
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» Thoughts on Venture Capital and why it should matter to Enterprise Architects from Thinking Out Loud: Thought Leadership from an Enterprise Architect
Awhile back, I posted on the latest IT buzzword: Innovation and have come to realize that the venture capital community may have the answers I seek...... [Read More]

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