Monthly Archives: February 2012

Trevor Owens: the man teaching the world to start startups

Postulate One: Entrepreneurship can be learned I first met Trevor two years ago at a conference in Kansas City. He had healthy skin that was stretched tight across his face, marked with piercings. Two of them were anchored to the … Continue reading

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The moment the trip began

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Three Weeks to Go

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Bankin’: The story of a bootstrapper

Joan Burkovic runs lean.  He wears the scars of bootstrapping on his face, with shadowed eyes that seem to be tattooed in red.  His cheeks are sucked in tight around his jaw, a product of a budget diet consisting mostly … Continue reading

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Bicycling From Malibu to Santa Cruz: What I Learned

370 miles cycling, 5,000 feet of elevation gain, 80 pounds of equipment, six days. It sounds daunting. But you know what? Turns out it’s totally doable. This last week I set out to experience a small taste of what it … Continue reading

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