• And then there was one… Nine Oasis Digital StartupToDo.com Scholarships recipients have now gotten the good news and accepted. If you are based in the St. Louis area and are building a software startup, there’s four one Scholarship still up for grabs – here’s the details: Announcing the first 10 StartupToDo.com Scholarships. The 3 latest recipients are: Clayton Smith, WorldKi, […] Bob Walsh No responses December 31, 2009
  • Inner Productivity by Chris Edgar (Weekend Media Review is a new section here at 47Hats. Why Media instead of Books? Because I now find myself – probably like you – “reading” a lot more media than paper books: digital books,  audio books, YouTube presentations, podcasts, iTunes U and more.) Every so often I come across a productivity book that stops […] Bob Walsh 2 responses December 27, 2009
  • Going mobile… [polldaddy poll=2435823] Bob Walsh 2 responses December 27, 2009
  • First six Oasis Digital StartupToDo.com Scholarships awarded The first six Oasis Digital StartupToDo.com Scholarships recipients have gotten the good news and accepted. Of these six, five are already a part of St. Louis-based Information Technology Entrepreneur Network. Startup lesson of the day – it pays to make local networking connections. If you are based in the St. Louis area and are building […] Bob Walsh No responses December 23, 2009
  • The MicroISV Digest The MicroISV Digest for the week(s) ending December 21st, 2009. (If you have an announcement of interest to your fellow microISV, indies or startups, please email me at [email protected] with the word digest in the subject.) News and Announcements Joseph Thibault, Partner, Coursefeeds.com, is recruiting beta testers for a January launch of his new Learning […] Bob Walsh No responses December 21, 2009
  • Why Should You Have a Business BrainTrust? By Tawheed Kader, Founder, Ask My Brain Trust You’re a (digital) entrepreneur, a business owner, CEO, starter, or whatever the word du jour is to characterize what you do with flair. Bottom line? Your company has problems, and YOU are the one that is supposed to ultimately have the answers. As digital entrepreneurs (I like […] Bob Walsh No responses December 17, 2009
  • Announcing the first 10 StartupToDo.com Scholarships. When I started building StartupToDo.com two years ago, I knew there would be sharp, experienced IT professionals yearning to start their own software businesses, who would get a key boost out of my service, but who could not afford a subscription. Even a small scholarship at the right time for the right person can have […] Bob Walsh 7 responses December 14, 2009
  • DBF: Your digital memory may come back to bite you… As part of my digital future for 2010, I’m pushing as much stuff to remember and automate as I can to applications and the cloud. But sometimes, out of the blue, that can come back bite you hard, as some painful, joyful memory thrusts its way into your consciousness. For example, on this rainy Sunday […] Bob Walsh One response December 13, 2009
  • Lean Startups and mental productivity Ash Maurya has a great post out this week, Achieving Flow in a Lean Startup, that I would take a break and read right now if I were you. Now keep in mind I that I “drank the Koolaide” of lean startups at the beginning of this week as I started digging into this topic […] Bob Walsh No responses December 11, 2009
  • The MicroISV Digest The MicroISV Digest for the week ending December 8th, 2009. (With 2010 just one month away, I need your feedback on what – and whether – the MicroISV Digest should be. Please comment on this post what you’d like to see it cover more, less or differently. And apologies for missing last week – by […] Bob Walsh No responses December 8, 2009