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Advantages to start your company while U are YOUNG

on Fri, 09/09/2011 - 12:23

This is a series of tweets I replied to a young twitterer, @Cora_Harrison, who lived in Wakefield/Huddersfield in UK. According to her profile, she is a "Tweeter. Blogger. Geek. Uni Student. Mac User. Photographer. Web Designer. Investor. eBay Lover. We Are What We Do Young Speaker. Traveller. Iphone Lover..." She was supposed to have a web site (a blog?) at http://www.coraharrison.net which is no longer online :( 

Anyway, here we are, top 10 reasons (I am sure we can come up with a lot more) to start your company as a young entrepreneur.

Advantages for young entrepreneurs:
 
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The birth of this blog (how it all got started...)

on Fri, 09/02/2011 - 16:22

I have been hesitating getting a blog up for a good 4/5 years. The reason is, in my words, don't want to give birth to a kid that will never grow up.

However, the longer I am on the web (as everybody does), and the more involve in social media as a whole, it looks like it only makes sense to have a blog. I had a good twitter feed discusion with Brent Kobayashi at Kobayashi Online... And I THINK he did address this in his presentation at WORD11 (an event I sponsored 2 weeks ago).

I am still trying to figure out what I want to blog about (of course, financial related) and in what format I want

Toronto Blogging Festival WORD11 Goes Green with Bio-Based Hand Sanitizer

on Wed, 08/24/2011 - 16:56

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Toronto, Ontario, August 24, 2011 — WORD11, Toronto’s first 24-hour blogging festival, will feature eco-friendly, bio-based hand sanitizer from Medonyx, Inc., helping make the August 27, 2011 event as green and sustainable as it can be.

Medonyx’s gelFAST 2Go hand sanitizer will be provided to WORD11 attendees, who will use the sanitizer to keep clean during the all-day, all-night festival, which includes camping in the heart of the city. This is the latest in WORD11’s efforts to be a truly sustainable event.

“The clear bottle is recyclable, as is the clear cap, and