Resources

Small business and the Affordable Care Act: 5 Reasons Why Obamacare May Help

Mike | July 2nd, 2012

Last week the Supreme Court handed down its much anticipated decision on the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act of 2010 (dba Obamacare). If you are a small business owner or manager, it really doesn’t matter whether you are in the 50% of Americans who were thrilled about this decision or the 50% who were […]

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I’m in Unicode Love: The Curator’s Code

Mike | April 2nd, 2012

Attribution on the web is a controversial topic; ideas, stories, videos, graphics are copied and pasted over and over again, propagating their way across the virtual universe. As an entrepreneur and blogger, I am always pleased when I see my articles shared on other sites, or linked to in the social media. While I would […]

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LaunchBar: I can’t explain it, but it’s amazing

Pete | June 28th, 2011

There are two types of people in the world: those who use LaunchBar and those who haven’t tried it yet. Yes, there are other similar apps out there but I like this one the best. Seriously, try it.    

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Cloud: Instant, elegant file sharing

Pete | June 21st, 2011

I know there are 647,259 file sharing apps out there but the elegance and simplicity of CloudApp is second to none. Screen shots automatically upload, links to your files are automatically placed on your clipboard. Try it and you’ll never go back.    

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TeuxDeux: A “designy” to-do list app

Pete | June 14th, 2011

Given our “designy” community, I thought you’d dig TeuxDeux – a simply, designy, free browser-based to-do app. It’s been around for a while but the features keep getting better and better. Definitely worth a look.    

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Free Google Programs For Non-Profits

Ross | March 18th, 2011

Three years ago, Google launched Google for Non-Profits to help non-profits raise money and operate more efficiently. Among other things, that portal offered tips and tutorials on ways that non-profits could leverage Google’s tools and services. Google also historically offered Google Checkout for free to non-profits who accepted donations on their site, and has allowed […]

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Five Designs Small Businesses and Startups Should Crowdsource

Ross | January 4th, 2011

Only several years ago, many startups and small businesses could not effectively compete against larger and better financed competitors. Today, inexpensive and free small business marketing tools, outstanding small business programs from Google, and crowdsourcing have made it possible for startups and small businesses to level the playing field. In this post, we’ll discuss five […]

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10 random online resources for Entrepreneurs (2010 version)

Mike | December 27th, 2010

Seeing as how it’s the end of another year, I thought I would take a shot at a 10 best list of my very own. But instead of focusing on just one category of thing, I am going to mix it up and make it about various resources any entrepreneur might benefit from. Tools, blogs, […]

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