October 08, 2004
Software micro-companies

No it's not the software (or the computer) that's micro: It's the company and the company idea: Eric Sink builds a miniscule company as an MSDN feature.
Along the way there's a lot of notions along the same lines as gapingvoid's How to be creative - including, I guess that means it's important, "Don't quit your day job", a version of "Put the hours in" on persistence and in fact also a version of all the discussions on making sure the creative stuff is fun, not duty - Sink simply calls it "I think this is a great way to fail", but it's almost the same thing: Don't make your creativity a death march project.

Posted by Claus at October 08, 2004 10:41 AM | TrackBack (0)
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