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Bookmarks tagged with “business”

  1. How Top Bloggers Earn Money

    I’m fascinated by people making decent amounts of money from this stuff, particularly when it happens almost accidentally. (via Daring Fireball)

  2. Blog.pmarca.com: How to hire the best people you’ve ever worked with

    Interesting read, for if I’m ever in such a situation. From this you certainly shouldn’t hire me as a programmer. (via Daring Fireball)

  3. The Profit Calculator — New York Magazine

    Examples of where different companies’ profits come from. (via Kottke)

  4. What do you do when your success … sucks? (Skrentablog)

    A look at how Topix worked out why the site didn’t work and what they did about it. (via Haddock)

  5. John Sentamu: Face to faith | Guardian daily comment | Guardian Unlimited

    The Archbishop of York on how ethics are not the same as feelings, law, social norms or religion, and how ethics in business are important. Also, I hadn’t noticed comments on Guardian articles before (in tiny tiny text).

  6. Evhead: The Birth of Obvious Corp.

    I’ve thought this would be the way to go for some time: build a network of smallish, mutually-supporting websites, grow organically. (via Kottke)

  7. The 18 Mistakes That Kill Startups

    I also love reading about how to have a successful (or unsuccessful) startup. (via Kottke)

  8. YouTube - skinnyCorp on CNN

    I had no idea Threadless was such big business — expecting $18-20 million in sales this year. Blimey. (via ChrisDodo)

  9. A List Apart: Articles: The Four-Day Week Challenge

    Excellent article on restricting the hours you work. “And then it hit me: there will always be more to do.” Realising this is a big step.

  10. My coffeehouse nightmare. By Michael Idov

    Why not to dream about running a coffeeshop.

  11. Mark Fletcher presentation at Startup SIG

    Long transcript of a talk on running a startup by the chap who started ONEList (which became eGroups then Yahoo! Groups) and Bloglines.

  12. O’Reilly Radar > Entrepreneurial Proverbs

    I’m a sucker for lists of start-up rules like this that I’ll probably never need. (via Boing Boing)

  13. The Popcorn Palace Economy - The thirsty moviegoer fuels the business. By Edward Jay Epstein

    On the balance of food/drink, movies and advertising in the profits of cinemas. (via Kottke)

  14. Full-time freelancing: 10 things learned in 180 days ~ Authentic Boredom

    A useful list of things to bear in mind if you’re thinking of, or already, freelancing. (via Tom Coates)

  15. Ideas Bazaar: Weblog: Goodbye…

    Simon Roberts on deciding to close his company, and what he’s learned.

  16. Suddenly, Those Solar Panels Don’t Look So 1970’s - New York Times

    I was thinking/hoping that solar energy companies must have bright futures. (via Annie)

  17. Little Nybbles of Development Wisdom

    Some handy tips about coding, systems and organising companies. (via Yoz)

  18. Anil Dash: Pay By The Hour

    How to tell if you’re not charging enough for your freelance work. I’m bad at this.

  19. Blinksale | The easiest way to send invoices online

    Nice Basecamp-esque web service with a meaningless name I’ll forget. So I’d better link to it. (via Foe)

  20. The economics of movie popcorn pricing (kottke.org)

    See my two comments… so I don’t lose those links again (the rest of the page is by weird popcorn-eating people).

  21. Josh Kaufman: Inside My Bald Head: The Personal MBA 40

    I love stuff like this, The Books You Must Read for any particular field. Business, in this case. (via Kottke)

  22. evhead: Running your company on web apps

    Includes a couple of web-hosted services I hadn’t come across before

  23. My business influences (kottke.org)

    Jason on companies with appealing business ethics.

  24. Blahgger: I Haven’t Forgotten, And We Will Never Forget.

    Steve Gedikian of Nullsoft on what it’s like to sell your little company to a big one.

  25. Panic - Extras - The True Story of Audion

    Cabel Sasser on the story of developing Audion and the emergence of iTunes. A long but great read.

  26. Bowblog: World’s oldest company?

    In Japan there’s a 1,400 year old family-owned building firm.

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