From the day we are born, instinctively we rely on our parents for care and guidance. We learn basic skills like walking, talking, smiling, making hand and facial gestures etc. by taking cues from people around us.
As we grow we start learning more and more complex skills in order to survive in this competitive world. Once we reach our late teens, we lookout for role models who have set an example and aspire to emulate them. As young professionals, we seek out for mentors. (more…)
It’s so funny when I hear people being so protective of ideas. (People who want me to sign an nda to tell me the simplest idea.)
To me, ideas are worth nothing unless executed. They are just a multiplier. Execution is worth millions. (more…)
Larry Page’s brother Carl Page had experience with venture capitalists, having sold eGroups to Yahoo for $432 million. Because of Carl Page’s experience with venture capitalists Page and Brin were extremely unwilling to cede control over their company to investors.
Learning the lessons of Carl Page, Page and Brin delayed venture capital financing until they were almost profitable, resulting in a higher valuation and less loss of control over their company; Google’s VC round valuation was extremely high by historical standards and this reflected their bargaining position at the time. They played two prominent separate venture capitalist firms against each other to minimize their loss of control and to maximize valuation and double the number of social connections the company had access to. Page and Brin issued themselves special Class-B shares which held 10 votes per share compared to the 1 vote per share of the Class-A and common stock. This effectively eliminated the possibility of investor take-over of the company by shareholder vote, as each founder had more votes than all the outstanding shares of Class-A and common stock. Sergey and Larry were also extremely careful about choosing their board members and put an emphasis on retaining control of the board.
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This response indicates that the required resource could not be found. This is generally returned to all requests which point to a URL with no corresponding resource. (more…)
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I apologize to Mr. Ron about the Rip off of his article top ten geek business myths. I didn’t take the extra step to find Ron and take permission and give him the credit. The post has been taken down. I take full responsibility for this happening.
Web coding can be quite tricky at times, figuring out how you want your website to look and where your visitors are coming from. Here’s a compilation of the most helpful free tools on the web to make your website better.
Google analytics is a web application which gives you an enormous amount of insight about your traffic and visitors, from what browsers they’re using to how long they stay on your site. It tracks data over time and lets you see how your web traffic has changed. It shows you where your visitors are coming from and more. I highly recommend using Google Analytics. (more…)
The post will be back after negotiating with Ron to publish this article. until then