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Category: Entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurial proverbs

There’s a nice post over at O’Reilly Radar by Marc Hedlund on entrepreneurial proverbs. Marc gives advice on entrepreneurship for the engineers and geeks. Regardless of your background, these are some of the best and most concise points I’ve read. He breaks down the advice into a few categories: starting, the idea, people, product, and […]

Guy Kawasaki starts blog

Guy Kawasaki has started his blog entitled “Let the Good Times Roll” (and it’s about time Guy!) The Art of the Start is one of my favorite books on entrepreneurship and I recently bought Rules for Revolutionaries. Guy’s writing style is engaging, informative, and to the point. I expect the same from his blog, so […]

New River Valley job incubator

I’ve been in DC the past two days so I originally missed this article, but there was another mention of the VT KnowledgeWorks dedication ceremony this past weekend by Andrew Kantor of the Roanoke Times. There’s a little more detail in this one with regards to square footage cost, the facility’s funding, and the different […]

VT KnowledgeWorks dedication ceremony

The formal dedication of the VT KnowledgeWorks facility occurred this past Saturday. Speakers included Senator George Allen, Congressman Richard Boucher, and Virginia Tech President Charles Steger. In addition to some nice media coverage, existing VT KnowledgeWorks member companies had the opportunity to speak with both the honored guests as well as the press and discuss […]

Writing again, with a new focus

With the move of EvolvePoint to Blacksburg and the Virginia Tech’s Corporate Research Center, I’ve been very slack in writing to my blog. Now that things are settling down a bit (emphasis on “a bit”) I plan on writing much more often. Come to think of it, I think I’ve said these words before, but […]