Tag Archives: capital discipline

The BoxBoss Project

Over the past 12+ months, I’ve been working on a web application called BoxBoss with a handful of outsourced help.  The goal of the project was to develop first-hand experience with out-sourced development, cloud computing platforms such as AWS, platforms-as-a-service PaaS such as Heroku, software-as-a-service business models, disruptive distribution concepts, social networking integration, and mobile […]

Slow Capital and Capitally-Disciplined Start-ups PART 2

NOTE: I just changed themes; if you like the blog, please subscribe over there to the right, near the top. Thanks. In the last post, I framed up the relationship between the “Slow Capital” concept and the characteristics of a capitally-disciplined start-up. This post describes the implications of each high-level characteristic of both concepts because […]

Slow Capital and Capitally-Disciplined Start-ups

I was recently reading through Seth Godin’s new free ebook (you should get it … it’s 90% great stuff) and saw Fred Wilson’s page on Slow Capital.  I remember reading his original blog post on slow capital and thinking it was a bit motherhood-and-apple-pie at the time… but seeing him dedicate his one page in […]