Startup Weekend, Day 3: The Winner’s Circle

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One of the primary things that seems to characterize the business startup community—and this should probably come as no surprise—is the generalized optimism of the recent convert.  Immix and Keen Healthcare founder Jerry Carleton, in a speech to the assembled crowd at Startup Weekend on Sunday, told any would-be entrepreneurs that if they want to succeed, they can’t leave themselves an escape ...   More
 
Monday, April 30, 2012 Matthew Korfhage

Startup Weekend, Day 2: Fashion Bloggers and Bomb Threats

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A mild hiccup Saturday at Startup Weekend: A man who’d apparently arrived to heckle the aspirant entrepreneurs had sent a bomb threat via Twitter after being quietly ejected from the building earlier in the day. Amid brief protective police presence—six officers, three cars—the 17 teams doggedly kept building their products in the various rooms, cubbies and cubes of the Portland State ...   More
 
Saturday, April 28, 2012 Matthew Korfhage

Startup Weekend: Or: How to Become Gainfully Unemployed Within 54 hours

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Startup Weekend, in its simplest formulation, is an intensive business camp for geeks who don’t like their bosses and would prefer not to have one. Except that “geek,” in its broadest application, now tends to include about half of the people you know: people who are making things for, about, or are intended to be sold on the internet or cell phones. Since 2007, the Startup Weekend organization ...   More
 
Saturday, April 28, 2012 by MATTHEW KORFHAGE

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