Top 11 Paul Graham essays. Paul Graham is well known for his series of essays. You’ll find a link to listen and read them using AudiBrow. 1. How to get Startup Ideas The way to get startup ideas is not to try to think of startup ideas. It’s to look for problems, preferably problems you … Continue reading Paul Graham’s Essay for Startups
Venture funding works like gears. A typical startup goes through several rounds of funding, and at each round, you want to take just enough money to reach the speed where you can shift into the next gear. Few startups get it quite right. Many are underfunded. A few are overfunded, which is like trying to … Continue reading How to Fund A Startup. An Essay by Paul Graham
In a sense, there’s just one mistake that kills startups: not making something users want. If you make something users want, you’ll probably be fine, whatever else you do or don’t do. And if you don’t make something users want, then you’re dead, whatever else you do or don’t do. So really this is a … Continue reading 18 Mistakes that Kill Startups. An Essay by Paul Graham
Consumers want more convenient and flexible choices, including more in-store returns for online purchases and designated locations to pick up and drop off packages, according to a global online survey by Narvar. Narvar, a software company that tracks orders and returns for retailers, found that 13% of the shoppers surveyed in the U.S. dropped off a … Continue reading Shopping Innovation: making it easier to return your online purchases
Roughly 85% of adults will shop over Thanksgiving weekend, and 80% will visit a mall or shopping center, according to a pre-Black Friday intentions survey conducted by the International Council of Shopping Centers. Lured by steep discounts and buoyed by a strong jobs market, shoppers will spend an average of $470, nearly 5% more than … Continue reading How to get the Best deals on Black Friday 🛍️🛍️
Volvo’s long-time commitment to making safer cars was once rather exceptional in an auto market that often considered safety an afterthought. But now, it seems prophetic. As competitors catch up to the Swedish safety innovator, Volvo is now repositioning itself as a luxury brand for the electric-vehicle age. Listen to the rest of this article now … Continue reading Volvo is going Electric ⚡⚡
After two weeks of public testimony that President Trump politicized Ukraine policy and leveraged taxpayer dollars for his own benefit, there is no sign that any Republicans will defect and vote to impeach Trump in the House, much less convict him in the Senate. Listen to the rest of this article now using AudiBrow app:🎧 Install … Continue reading Why are Republicans in Congress sticking by trump during the Impeachment?
The International Space Station is crewed by more than astronauts these days – NASA activated a free-floating autonomous robot called ‘Bumble’ earlier this year, and now Bumble has a new companion called Honey. Both are Astrobee robots, cube-like “robotic teammates” for ISS astronauts, which are designed to help with experiments, day-to-day activities and more. Listen to … Continue reading NASA’s Space Drone! 1 step closer to Star Trek
What started off as a casual comment by Elon Musk in 2012 about wanting to build a truck has evolved into what you see here, Tesla’s first production pickup truck. Called the Cybertruck (or “Cybrtrk” if you’re of the dark trench coat persuasion), it’s built to fulfill a lot of familiar tasks but, beyond that, … Continue reading Tesla’s New Truck or a Joke????
Prolific startup accelerator Y Combinator has abandoned plans to establish a branch of the program in China. The company cites a general change in strategy, but a deafening silence on the complexity and controversy of working with China right now suggests there’s more at play. In a short blog post, YC leadership explained that “as … Continue reading Y Combinator abruptly shutters YC China