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- @kyhwana for those inside academic institutions paying the ransom. • 3 hours ago
- This important study affecting the world should be studied and reacted to now. But it's behind a paywall. nature.com/nclimate/journ… • 3 hours ago
- "I still ask myself: Is my life interesting enough to write about?" another @lordemusic quote from @WSJ #rpt • 13 hours ago
- RT @WSJ: "I'm too weird as a performer to copy anyone else." An interview with Lorde: on.wsj.com/1qcaj11 (Getty) http://t.co/Z6CTcAX3YG • 13 hours ago
- @GarethMP trawl nets aren’t the issue. Taking the squid reduces nearby feed for pregnant sealions and reduces population.. • 1 day ago
- @RusselNorman That’s an oligopoly not monopoly. The monopolies are the national and regional lines companies. • 1 day ago
- @rowansimpson I recall from years back that recurring profitability was one of the NYSE requirements. Will knock out a good %. @roddrury • 1 day ago
- @ow Bring that tomorrow…. • 1 day ago
- “a retrograde move that makes little sense for anyone other than Vodafone” @internetNZ internetnz.net.nz/news/media-rel… • 1 day ago
- @robhosking What do you need to print out? • 1 day ago
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Tag Archives: startups
We hear a lot of numbers about survival rates, so it’s gratifying to see some quality statistics from Statistics NZ, via this MBIE infographic. It measures 3 year survival rates, and to me three years is about the time it … Continue reading
Ryan Baker and Andrew Schofield have done it before, building BookIt and then selling it to Trade Me in 2010. It’s 2013, and the pair were still spending time at Trade Me up until a few months ago, but were … Continue reading
Selling houses is painful – and while some folks really enjoy the challenge and do so privately, almost everyone uses a traditional real estate agent. And gets ripped off. Not that Real Estate agents are crooks, but the industry is … Continue reading
Both Paul Graham, in a post about start-up ideas, and Vaughan Rowsell, with a just published interview, talk about the importance of understanding customer pains and needs. Vaughan first, from an interview with DoesWhat I started Vend completely by accident. I actually … Continue reading