Archive | June, 2007

19 June 2007 ~ 0 Comments

On a few week hiatus…

I’ll be traveling for the next few weeks, so don’t expect any brilliance until July.

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10 June 2007 ~ 1 Comment

Open Source Car

Open Source Car hopes to design and develop a car over the web. This falls right in line with the original concept I was focusing on around crowdsourcing design and development of physical products, but it is about 469 steps down the line in terms of complexity. It will likely be a great learning experience, […]

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08 June 2007 ~ 0 Comments

Some new changes to the blog

You might notice a few new touches on my modest little page here: I’ve added: A banner to the extremely worthwhile and totally awesome Kiva.org to the sidebar. If you have always wondered what microfinance was all about, check this out. Similar to Prosper, you can loan money to individuals in developing countries and even […]

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05 June 2007 ~ 0 Comments

Guiding principles for a new venture

When I first quit my job to see what I could do via an entrepreneurial project, I wrote down a set of general guiding principles to follow in running the project. As we have moved towards a knowledge/service based economy (and now connected/globalized/Internet economy) from an industrialized mind-set, work and businesses have been fundamentally altered. […]

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04 June 2007 ~ 0 Comments

Etch Connection Development continues…

As I have mentioned, I am outsourcing the development of my Etch Connection site to a Pakistani IT group who appear to be doing good work so far. The process has been surprisingly easy. I specified my requirements for the site, they came back with a list of milestones and costs for each stage, and […]

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