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By: Danlargo  09-12-2011
Keywords: Start Selling, Iphone Game,

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So, you have created your first (or tenth) iPhone app and want to start selling it. Well according to Apple, all you have to do is upload it to the App Store and wait for the cash to start rolling in. But wait, you just noticed the other 140,000 apps in the App Store! Where [..]

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Privasoft’s Stephen Davis Discusses how to Leverage Technology to Meet the Requirements of the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Arlington, VA  – July 30, 2010 – Privasoft, a world leader in specialized software for managing requests in response to the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) is pleased to feature the interview of Privasoft CTO, Stephen Davis [..]

Check it out…interviewed on Yahoo Associated Content Making the Transition to an Open Government Through FOIA — Open government is a major focus of the current administration. From the start, President Obama has encouraged implementing more transparent government practices and policies. In his January 21, 2009 “Memorandum for the Heads of Executive Departments and Agencies,” [..]

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OK not really.and given that I have been involved with more than 20 start ups in my time I am kicking myself just as hard as the next guy who dreams of bootstrapping his (or her) self to technology stardom. Truth be told startups drive innovation in high-tech. Progress would be slower if garage entrepreneurs, home coders, [..]

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A buddy of mine just released his new iPhone game Mine Blast, cool puzzle concept, not one I have ever seen before. He poured an amazing amount of effort into it…I am very curious to see how it does. With millions of apps sold every year (2.5 billion to be exact) there is still room [..]

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An open response to Michael Geist’s blog on copyright reform…Seven Copyright Questions for Canadian Heritage Minister James Moore I have been following Michael’s blog more intensely recently as the date of the new Canadian copyright bill approaches. While I tend to agree with most of his opinions I would offer some alternative views. To give [..]

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This was written in 2000 but it is equally applicable now.  Despite all the new agile methodologies the realities of software development remains the same. —Link here : http://www.joelonsoftware.com/articles/fog0000000043.html   —ORIGINAL ARTICLE— The Joel Test: 12 Steps to Better Code by Joel Spolsky Wednesday, August 09, 2000 Have you ever heard of SEMA? It’s a fairly esoteric system [..]

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Great read…most items are equally applicable to traditional software companies. http://onstartups.com/tabid/3339/bid/33197/The-Dharmesh-Test-16-Questions-For-Better-SaaS-Companies.aspx Love this one: 8. Can customers export their data out of your system? To get more people to use/buy your product, you need to reduce not just the barrier to entry, but also the barrier to exit.  The product should be what keeps customers to [..]

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