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    1. Three Pillars of the Most Successful Tech Products

      Three Pillars of the Most Successful Tech Products

      By Nir Eyal • 10/24/16 9:08am Ninety-two percent of startups fail within three years If you’ve started a tech company to make a lot of money, chances are you’re bad at math—or simply delusional. Statistically speaking, your odds of a big-time payday are somewhere between zero and almost zero. Ninety-two percent of startups fail within three years . Only one percent of apps in the Apple App Store are financially successful.

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    2. Ten Digital Skills You Need to Master to Become an Entrepreneur

      Ten Digital Skills You Need to Master to Become an Entrepreneur

      By Tomas Laurinavicius • 10/12/16 9:31am Coming up with an idea for a business it’s not the hardest part, execution is. Not everyone is destined to become the next Steve Jobs, Mark Zuckerberg or Elon Musk, but applying an entrepreneurial mindset to your work can work wonders even if you work in a large company or are a freelancer with a steady client base. You might already have a set of strong digital skills but polishing them and adding a few more can take you to the next level.

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    3. Foursquare Moving to Soho, Beats Out Tumblr for Sunny Office on Broadway

      Foursquare Moving to Soho, Beats Out Tumblr for Sunny Office on BroadwayNew York ObserverThe startup which raised a $50 million round of funding over the summer, has vastly outgrown the 7600 sq. ft. at the hip East Village digs it shares with Curbed and web design shop Hard Candy Shell, and is negotiating a sublease for the top two floors ...and more »
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    4. TechStars Accelerator to Mentor Other Accelerators

      TechStars Accelerator to Mentor Other Accelerators
      The TechStars program offers startups $18,000 in seed funding, a program of mentoring and talks ... network was announced in conjunction with the Obama Administration's Startup America initiative . Accelerators in the network include New York's Blueprint ...
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    5. Is This 21 Year Old Intern Really the Most Powerful Networker in New York?

      Is This 21 Year Old Intern Really the Most Powerful Networker in New York?
      New York ObserverIs This 21 Year Old Intern Really the Most Powerful Networker in New York?New York ObserverPeople who can make big connections or help a startup to find significant funding will see a much bigger increase in their Hashable status than someone who ...
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    6. The Aggregator That Newspapers Like

      The Aggregator That Newspapers Like
      At Daylife, a digital media services start-up, founder and chief executive Upendra Shardanand and his team of young engineers have a name for a new breed of journalists: RoboCop editors. These are the folks who have the skills of both a top-notch software developer and a tested newspaper editor. They can create Web pages within minutes, combining original content with links to breaking news from ...
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    7. Why Is Jeff Pulver Hosting a Conference About Twitter?

      Why Is Jeff Pulver Hosting a Conference About Twitter?
      Jeff Pulver insists that his 140 Character Conference isn't a "tech conference" for nerds. "The people who are there, they’re not tech heads really, they’re just regular people," said Mr. Pulver, the founder of the company that became Vonage, self-described "futurist," and orchestrator of the event in an interview this morning. "This world we’re gathering of people sort of, in my mind, resembles ...
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