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Screen Capture Software

Screen Capture Software | Customer Development | Scoop.it

Capture anything you see on your PC screen with SnapIt. It is convenient tool for graphic designers, bloggers who capture and crop images for their posts, for tech writers who need to describe menus and interfaces of applications, web designers and those who work with graphics every day. It captures and auto saves images with one click.

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Changing the Economics of Education

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John Hennessy of Stanford and Salman Khan of Khan Academy talk to Walt Mossberg at The Wall Street Journal's D: All Things Digital conference about how technology might be used to make the college numbers add up...

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Pupils learn how to 'fail well'

Pupils learn how to 'fail well' | Customer Development | Scoop.it
A top girls' school is planning a "failure week" to teach pupils to embrace risk, build resilience and learn from their mistakes.

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Cameron Herold: Let's raise kids to be entrepreneurs

Bored in school, failing classes, at odds with peers: This child might be an entrepreneur, says Cameron Herold. At TEDxEdmonton, he makes the case for parenting and education that helps would-be entrepreneurs flourish -- as kids and as adults.

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A new methaphor for e-Learning

A new methaphor for e-Learning | Customer Development | Scoop.it
I'm convinced that we have to find a new metaphor for e-Learning in order to bring e-Learning to the next level. The old book-metaphor with chapters and pages is well suited for linear courses, but...

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Screen Capture Software

Screen Capture Software | Customer Development | Scoop.it

Capture anything you see on your PC screen with SnapIt. It is convenient tool for graphic designers, bloggers who capture and crop images for their posts, for tech writers who need to describe menus and interfaces of applications, web designers and those who work with graphics every day. It captures and auto saves images with one click.

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Customer Development Manifesto: The Path of Warriors and Winners (part 5) « Steve Blank

Customer Development Manifesto: The Path of Warriors and Winners (part 5) « Steve Blank | Customer Development | Scoop.it
Customer Development Manifesto: The Path of Warriors and Winners (part 5) (Good perspective on startup pdt marketing | Customer Development Manifesto: The Path of Warriors and Winners (part 5): http://t.co/pc5Jksw...)...
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The Pmarca Guide to Startups, part 4: The only thing that matters

The Pmarca Guide to Startups, part 4: The only thing that matters | Customer Development | Scoop.it
This post is all about the only thing that matters for a new startup.
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Cash Flow - Signal vs. Noise

Cash Flow - Signal vs. Noise | Customer Development | Scoop.it

My university degree in Computer Science didn’t include any business training, so I’ve learned everything by trial and error. One of the biggest lessons I’ve learned is this: Your company cash flow will be the first thing to put you out of business.

 

Cash flow basically means "Do I have enough cash in my bank account to cover my expenses?" Sounds stupidly simple, but you’d be surprised at how many people ignore this.

 

So why is this the #1 killer of small businesses? Here are the two main reasons: 

- Companies aren’t realistic when it comes to predicting their income and expenses.

- They overestimate their income and underestimate their expenses.

Companies don’t see a cash shortage coming and they run out of money

 

Tips for keeping your cash flow happy

 

1.Spend as little as possible.

2.Don’t buy hardware you don’t need.

3.Be brutally realistic.

4.Chase invoices the minute they’re late.

5.Update your cash flow regularly.

6.Cut expenses as much as possible.

7.People don’t always pay on time.


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The Shortcut We Took to Build Yipit in Three Days | Vinicius Vacanti

The Shortcut We Took to Build Yipit in Three Days | Vinicius Vacanti | Customer Development | Scoop.it

Minimum Viable Product could even mean a "fake" backend powered by humans. Not scalable, but for MVP, that doesn't matter

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No Accounting For Startups

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Income Statements, Balance Sheets and Cash Flow Statements are good large company financial monitoring tools.

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Startups need *metrics* to monitor how well their *search* for a business model is going.

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Technology in EducationTeaching and Learning

Technology in EducationTeaching and Learning | Customer Development | Scoop.it
Technology in education k-16 and beyond.

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Startup essentials: release half-cocked features « i-iterate

Startup essentials: release half-cocked features « i-iterate | Customer Development | Scoop.it
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Product-Market Fit is All That Matters – an Interview with Hopper Travel Founder Frederic Lalonde

Product-Market Fit is All That Matters – an Interview with Hopper Travel Founder Frederic Lalonde | Customer Development | Scoop.it
Product-Market Fit is All That Matters – an Interview with Hopper Travel Founder Frederic Lalonde (Great interview w Fred Lalonde: Product Market Fit is all that Matters http://nextmontreal.com/product-market-fit-hopper-travel-fred-lalonde...)...
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InfoQ: Lean Startups

InfoQ: Lean Startups | Customer Development | Scoop.it
The lean startup movement is growing and all over the world local user groups are meeting to discuss, learn, and build successful businesses. But what is a lean startup? Is it two hackers in a garage, or is it more?
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