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It Takes Less Than 3 Minutes to Understand Why Internet Trolls Exist

Thanks, science.<p>What was life like before Internet trolls? You ask most millennials this question, and they'll probably give you a blank stare. There used to be some semblance of expectation of class and respect in public discourse, where people said vile things without the veil of anonymity. It …

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10 Ways to Spot an Opportunity | Inc.com

Once you come up with a promising insight, there is no guarantee that success will follow, of course.<p>You need to turn a great insight into a thriving business, which is incredibly difficult.<p>But with that throat-clearing out of the way, you can apply 10 simple tests to discover an idea worth …

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Washington: A world apart | The Washington Post

Published on November 9, 2013<p>A photograph hanging in Cherry Farley’s home office in a neighborhood of big houses and big ambitions reminds her what it means to have no home at all.<p>The image is an aerial view of Saigon, taken by her father from a helicopter as the family was fleeing Vietnam in 1975, …

What’s Asseta, A Marketplace For Used Manufacturing Equipment, Doing In Y Combinator? Um, Making Money

Thank you, Y Combinator, for not just investing in a million photo-sharing apps. While you might not be personally excited about an online marketplace where you can buy and sell used manufacturing equipment – and, at launch, primarily semiconductor equipment – a new startup called Asseta …

Pricing Rules You Need to Know | Inc.com

Pricing is notoriously hard. Simply asking your customers what they would pay sounds sensible, but often doesn't work. People frequently don't know what things are worth, and their stated preferences frequently don't match their real-world actions. But simply taking your best guess and slapping a …

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