June 4, 2011, 5 Comments

During his backstage interview at TechCrunch Disrupt last week, Ashton Kutcher made an offhand, exceptionally insightful comment regarding his investments in startups: ‘I don’t like to fail’. While obviously simple, the notion of just ‘not failing’ can be a crucial step in launching a startup – in most cases, if a startup can get through the first six months without ‘failing’ it has a great chance of success.

Spaaze is a Virtual Corkboard to Organize Your Projects

April 27, 2011, 4 Comments

Spaaze is an entirely free online corkboard which lets users organize sticky notes, links, images, videos and basically anything else you could think ...

Wunderlist – Task Management at its Best

March 22, 2011, 3 Comments

Wunderlist is an all-new to do application for Windows, Mac, iOS, Android and for the web. The program manages tasks simply and efficiently, but what ...