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IDEAs #101: FourSquare API Ideas

TweetI haven’t looked at the API, but I see crazy potential of apps being built on-top of FourSquare. The one thing I REALLY WANT [and have for years], is, when I go to a restaurant.. I want to see what everyone that’s ever been there

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Any UX / UI / GUI / Graphic Designers out there?

TweetSpecifically I’m seeking a contract UX designer — someone that can go through our app and make the usability better. As a quick task to see if you have the chops, how can you make the following ‘reports/stats’ page more usable? [This page basically breaks

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Start-up Roadmap?

TweetI received a question from someone that I thought was a good one: After doing some research and a lot of googling I´ve a lot of resources in different areas (customer development, project managment, agile development, business plans, etc). I feel frustrated trying to glue

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Staffing Plan for a Widget Startup Company

TweetI’m interested in what a staffing plan typically looks like for a widget startup company, like: MyBlogLog, Lijit, IntenseDebate, Disqus, etc. What’s needed initially til launch? After launch, at what # of installs do you need: community manager; relationship manager (someone proactively engaging Publishers to

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BarCamp Buffalo #3 (May 4, 2009 @ 6:30PM)

TweetWe’re trying something a little different this time — we’re going to have a theme at this BarCamp, which this time around will be Social Media (anything related to blogging, Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, etc). You can still present on anything, but hopefully it’ll be related

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If You Suck, You’re Dead

TweetI recently had an awful experience with United Airlines and feel 100% unsatisfied by how they handled the situation. I made a commitment to them in January, when I paid them money for airfare from BUF->AUS roundtrip (for my annual trek to SXSW). My flight

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Google’s New Competitor: 1 Geek

TweetAside from all the marketing problems of having the next Google and getting people to use it (not to mention the huge pool of advertisers Google has w/AdWords; nor to mention all the filtering of spam webpages that exist out there), in the past couple