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Helpful resources for any startup or entrepreneur

17. February 2009

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As a new startup, it can be tough managing your time between working on your own product versus staying on top of competition versus getting entrepreneurial advice in general. There are so many blogs out there to read and people to follow on Twitter it’s tough to filter through it all. Below is a list [...]

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Choosing a framework; and why Django?

9. February 2009

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I have been asked by numerous folks why we chose Django for ShopFiber over the alternatives like Ruby on Rails, PHP (Symfony) or ASP (MVC), and what they should be looking for in a framework.  So, here is my answer in hopes that this information will help you make a good choice for your needs.

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Shopping 2.0 – Where’s the social aspect?

16. December 2008

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A blog I enjoy reading, ReadWriteWeb, recently interviewed several self-dubbed “Shopping 2.0″ services. The interview was interesting as the companies involved introduced themselves and their products, which are all largely successful. What I found even more interesting and slightly surprising is that their focus seemed to be on either creating new innovative technologies for retailers/sellers [...]

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Welcome to ShopFiber: Part 2

10. December 2008

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As Farhan pointed out in his post, ShopFiber is first and foremost a tool that you can use while shopping for products that will make saving and organizing information from any website much easier. We have created a bookmarklet that let’s you quickly save prices, professional reviews, user reviews, and other content within a matter [...]

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Alpha starting soon!

9. December 2008

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Hello. I’m Jake Lumetta and I’m the other co-founder of ShopFiber. There’s much to talk about, but so little time as Farhan and I try to get things polished up enough for the coming Alpha period. We are putting on the finishing touches on the current set of features implemented and can’t wait to start [...]

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