App.net took a wrong turn when it published Developer Terms insisting that App.net would own, outright, any feedback submitted to it. This post points to discussions on App.net and on GitHub about the issue, and suggests substitute license language.
Been a 'lotta talk about how Twitter gave a LinkedIn an unintentional boost when it cut LinkedIn off. Is Twitter now going to give App.net a similar boost, via the IFTTT?
Notes on a talk by Seattle lawyersDavid Brenner and Bruce Goto about how to mitigate risks posed by reliance on cloud services.
A very brief survey of changes on the startup documentation standardization landscape.
The author reflects on his early experience using App.net, the ad-free Twitter alternative.
A witness-by-witness accounting of a webcast of a September 13, 2012 Congressional hearing about the progress of SEC rulemaking to implement the JOBS Act. Witnesses included Naval Ravikant of AngelList, Rory Eakin of CIrcleUp, and Alison...
Although those who support modernization of the rules around "angel" investing sigh relief when looking at the SEC's proposed rules to lift the ban on "verification" of accredited investor status, could it be that SEC Chair Mary Schapiro is...
Kickstarter is now having to confront the problems that come when projects fail. This post credits Kickstarter for addressing the issue, but thinks the company's first response is a misstep.
The SEC finally proposed rules to implement the provision in the JOBS Act that mandated the lifting of the ban on general solicitation in Rule 506 offerings, provided that all purchasers are accredited and that investors' accredited status be...
Thoughts on Yokum Taku's new form of convertible security, which Adeo Ressi of the Founder Institute has been promoting.