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All Things D (Now WSJ Digital)

One of the best sources of technology news.


Entrepreneurial law blog (blawg) of Pittsburgh strategic business and technology attorney Anthony Cerminaro. Site focuses on small business, venture capital, entrepreneurship, and technology. Also has some links to other worthwhile websites.

Bloomberg Technology Video News

Highlights of Bloomberg's technology coverage.


Must read for entrepreneurs.


Fun, interesting, and inspiring articles dealing with technology and other fun stuff.

Hacker News

News feed created by Y Combinator of interest to hackers and other tech entrepreneurs.

Here Comes Another Bubble v1.1

Funny musical YouTube video ponders the question of whether or not we're in another bubble.

IEEE Spectrum Online

The Spectrum is a publication by the IEEE that covers science, technology, and engineering news. A crucial source of news and information for those following trends in the tech business.

Information Week

Articles and information dealing with technology and how it pertains to business.


Must read for high-tech entrepreneurs.

Microsoft for Startups: Helping you to grow, build and connect

Microsoft for Startups provides product, technical, and go-to-market benefits to help accelerate the growth of startups

MIT Technology Review

New York Times Technology Section

Pando Daily

Tech industry news and analysis.

Red Herring

Must read for high-tech entrepreneurs.

Technology News- BizJournals

The latest technology news from various sources. The website is updated daily.


TechZulu is a community and news site for the technology and media industries. Includes a listing of recent venture deals, and video content from interviews, conferences, and more.

The Future of Web Startups

Just as agriculture, steel, energy, and computers went through a revolutionary process that made them widely available at low cost, Paul Graham believes that web startups are going through the same process, changing the way the American and global economy works.

Vator is an emerging company social network that allows entrepreneurs to connect with investors and get discovered by the media. They also provide entrepreneurial news and competitions.


The online magazine covering the effects of technology on culture, economics and politics.


Up-to-date information about important developments and people in the various techology industries around the world.


"In 2005, Y Combinator developed a new model of startup funding. Twice a year we invest a small amount of money (average $18k) in a large number of startups (currently 63). The startups move to Silicon Valley for 3 months, during which we work intensively with them to get the company into the best possible shape and refine their pitch to investors. Each cycle culminates in Demo Day, when the startups present to a large audience of investors. But YC doesn't end on Demo Day. We and the YC alumni network continue to help founders for the life of their company, and beyond."

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