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What You Need to Read This Week
By Paul Graham
Paul Graham, partner at Y Combinator, has noticed that the startups that are hungry to take action and can take care of themselves are the ones who tend to do better than the others.
By Jeff Jordan
Growth is the lifeblood of new companies. Here is how Jeff, a partner at Andreessen-Horowitz, thought about growth while at OpenTable, PayPal, and eBay.
by Zachary Johnson
Probably the most amazing Stop SOPA page to come out of Wednesday’s blackout was Zachary’s flash-light page. Check out the repo and see how he did it.
Here’s a broad overview on the different types of design: graphic, interaction, and UX.
By Jacob Bijani
Forget what all the browser-specific tags are for using border radius in CSS3? Forget no more with the simplest, but most useful way to instantly see and get the CSS for a cool rounded-border box.
Joel Spolsky built Trello to be a horizontal product similar to how he built Microsoft Excel back in 1991.
Here are the resources and timeline Eddy went through to learn Python/Django himself and become his own technical co-founder.
Here is a video on the historical context of SOPA/PIPA and what companies that support these bills are really aiming for.
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