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January 2, 2009 in Future, Ideas | 2 comments
“…when everyone sees Opportunity; they are only seeing the reflection. True Opportunity appears at the market bottom, not at the top.” — Peter Rip on The Coming Venture Capital Boom. Via Tim O’Reilly.
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@dbmackey Depends on the kind of startup. VRM is a big tent: j.mp/vrmdevwrk You have something in mind?
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@Beschizza wrote an adblock post in @BoingBoing that gets it right & then some: bit.ly/8dbpats HT @dmarti Yo @jason_kint @dcn
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@seamus @stshank Aha! Right. I sit corrected. :-)
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