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The Algorithmic Sea. Robin24h00: C'est parti pour la finale ... Nicolas @ Gare SNCF de Paris Montparnasse. Ndebock : #WebSummit managed to bring... Ndebock : #WebSummit is really a non... RodMenegaux : Go go go to #WebSummit #Dublin... Nicolas @ Aéroport Paris-Charles de Gaulle (CDG) The “Unhyped” New Areas in Internet and Mobile. Editor’s note: Legendary investor Vinod Khosla is the founder of Khosla Ventures.

The “Unhyped” New Areas in Internet and Mobile

You can follow him on Twitter at @vkhosla. All Khosla Ventures investments, as well as ventures related to Vinod Khosla, are italicized. We are in a whole new world of platforms, a post-PC era, which I’d more aptly describe as the always/everywhere era, finally, and that means a whole new set of opportunities. Add to it the fact that because of a variety of factors too numerous to cover here, the cost of experimentation has gone down dramatically (one can start a web startup or write an Android app with no more than a student credit card!) And raw computing power is taken for granted. What you get as a result are the recent successes in the Internet/mobile space like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Zynga, Groupon and others, all of which have reenergized both entrepreneurs and investors. A few will be successful, many will fail, some will be acquired for a piece of technology or for the team (acqui-hires). Quels logiciels SaaS et services Cloud lorsqu’on est une petite entreprise ? (partie 1)

Alors que je relance une entreprise actuellement, je me suis intéressé à tout un tas de logiciels, histoire de, dès le départ, être bien équipé.

Quels logiciels SaaS et services Cloud lorsqu’on est une petite entreprise ? (partie 1)

Créer une entreprise aujourd’hui, a fortiori sur le net, exige en effet que l’on utilise les bons outils. Après, tout dépend de ce que l’on fait et de comment on travaille, mais je partage avec vous (et la liste sera à compléter, j’attends vos commentaires ma démarche et mes trouvailles (dans la partie 2 D’abord, fixer ses objectifs… Dans mon cas, je cherchais : efficacité : pas forcément besoin de toutes les features, mais un truc qui tourne et fasse le job.économie : certes, il existe plein de choses gratuites, mais je préfère payer pour ce que j’utilise lorsque j’en ai vraiment besoin et que la solution me convient.

Startup Café - Outils. 42 goals 42goals est un outil simple pour suivre des objectifs quotidiens et registre des activités quotidiennes.

Startup Café - Outils

Il vous aide à définir vos objectifs, enregistrer vos progrès quotidiens et visualiser vos réalisations. L' utilisation de 42goals vous aide à arrêter de fumer, compter le nombre de tasses de café que vous consommez, enregistrer les dépenses quotidiennes. Plus Adobe BrowserLab Adobe BrowserLab est un service en ligne qui permet de vosu assurer que votre contenu Web s'affiche comme prévu. Plus Appbooster AppBooster SDK pour iOS et Android est suite d'outils dédiée aux applications iOS et Android pour booster la retention et l'engagement des utilisateurs au sein d'une application mobile. Plus. The Most Popular Web Services, Web Apps and Startup Tools - BestVendor. The results are in!

The Most Popular Web Services, Web Apps and Startup Tools - BestVendor

We surveyed over 550 folks at startups with up to 100 employees. Our objective: To figure out the Startup Toolkit — the products and providers leading the way among the nimblest and most tech-savvy new businesses. Special thanks to all who contributed. Click here to view an enlarged version of this infographic. (you may need to zoom) Click here to download the infographic in PDF. Google Analytics, Gmail, Quickbooks top list of 10 most popular startup tools. What startup apps and business tools are missing?

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The Decline Of Web 2.0. 19 December '10, 03:39am Follow We are all obsessed with sites like Twitter, Facebook and Linkedin at the moment but rewind a few years to when the term Web 2.0 first popped up and a whole host of different sites were the hot young startups destined for great things.

The Decline Of Web 2.0

It’s amazing what a couple of years do though because as we can see below, some of the biggest sites from the “Web 2.0 generation” are either on a massive decline, facing huge competition or about to be closed down. There’s a good lesson here to highlight; how the hype cycle around websites and services can come and go and what was once lauded and destined for great things can within a couple of years shut down and be abandoned… Delicious One of the most popular and useful sites of the Web 2.0 era, this massively practical bookmarking tool was used by many people to keep track of content that they found online.

Digg Flickr Myspace Bebo What Does All This mean?

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