Can Part-Time Jobs Boost Startups?

Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on Seattle 2.0, and imported to GeekWire as part of our acquisition of Seattle 2.0 and its archival content. For more background, see this post. By Aaron Franklin Startups everywhere struggle to find good talent, which has recently become very apparent in Seattle. In February, SEOmoz announced $12,000 for employee… Read More

Getting to Beta

Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on Seattle 2.0, and imported to GeekWire as part of our acquisition of Seattle 2.0 and its archival content. For more background, see this post. By Aaron Franklin LazyMeter has now been in beta for 2 weeks. Our first cohort of 50 users has already completed hundreds of actions… Read More

On the Entrepreneurialism of Interior Design

Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on Seattle 2.0, and imported to GeekWire as part of our acquisition of Seattle 2.0 and its archival content. For more background, see this post. By Sasha Pasulka My boyfriend and I recently moved in together. There was no “which of our tiny apartments should we move into”… Read More

Secrecy Is Bad Business

Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on Seattle 2.0, and imported to GeekWire as part of our acquisition of Seattle 2.0 and its archival content. For more background, see this post. By Alyssa Royse In the debate about online privacy, we tend to focus on the idea of our data being tracked and somehow… Read More

Privacy Vs. Advertising

Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on Seattle 2.0, and imported to GeekWire as part of our acquisition of Seattle 2.0 and its archival content. For more background, see this post. By Alyssa Royse I’m not a huge privacy freak. One cruise through my blog and you’ll find everything from photos of me in… Read More

The Private Entrepreneur

Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on Seattle 2.0, and imported to GeekWire as part of our acquisition of Seattle 2.0 and its archival content. For more background, see this post. By Aaron Franklin An advisor to several startups recently told me most founders he meets are unconfident in private. The more founders I meet,… Read More

When Should You Hold The Line On Price?

Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on Seattle 2.0, and imported to GeekWire as part of our acquisition of Seattle 2.0 and its archival content. For more background, see this post. By Gerry Langeler This is the promised counter-point to my last posting on when you should “buy the business.”  In many ways, this… Read More