Monthly Archives: April 2014

Whatsup, Net Neutrality, Netflix, the Internet and Telecommunications Networks – After a battle of the Elephants, someone has to lose – Sooner or Later the Internet will Cost More


Whatsup, Net Neutrality, Netflix, the Internet and Telecommunications Networks – After a battle of the Elephants, someone has to lose – Sooner or Later the Internet will Cost More. Advertisements

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The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly about Startups and Entrepreneurship


Everyone hears about the good things about startups – both as a founder or working in any capacity in one.  Yes – if you hit the right team and the timing is right, one can hit unexpected riches. However, that … Continue reading

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Recreating Silicon Valley Outside of Silicon Valley


From various meetings with international startup centers from Russia to Portugal, they all have inquired whether they could create a Silicon Valley in their country.  But I have been hesitant to answer in the affirmative, since some of the ingredients … Continue reading

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Peer to Peer Lending and Investments, and how the Internet contributed to its growth


What is said about the “Circle of Life” can easily apply to the world of business and technology, specifically, in Peer to Peer (P2) lending and investments.  At a recent San Francisco conference discussing financial technologies, a lead speaker, a Cornell … Continue reading

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Does incorporating in the State of Delaware increase your chances for funding?


Silicon Valley ecosystem is obsessed with incorporating in Delaware and authorizing millions of shares for a startup company with one shareholder and one employee. When I suggested to an entrepreneur that he should incorporate for California only, he related to … Continue reading

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