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Dan Shipper

Dan is a senior at the University of Pennsylvania, where he majors in philosophy. He's currently working on a startup called Firefly that helps Web-based businesses cut customer support call times with cobrowsing. He can be found on Twitter or on his blog.
  1. What I learned bootstrapping a six-figure business from school

    Although I wouldn’t go as far as to call myself well-read (I don’t think that’s something to be achieved, just pursued), I can confidently cross goal No. 2 off of my list:

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  2. Why you're on a startup roller-coaster

    Let me know if this sounds like you:

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  3. On negotiating your first few partnerships

    Dealing with partnership contracts as a new startup is hard.

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  4. Why are you in such a rush?

    I see a consistent attitude among a lot of young entrepreneurs both technical and non-technical that I think leads to more harm than good:

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  5. What Jason Fried taught me about selling software

    I went to meet Jason Fried so I could learn how to stop selling software by accident.

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  6. Two startup truisms that are dead wrong

    I like the holidays because they’re a chance to take my foot off the gas a little bit, get out of the car and reset the engine. They’re a chance to take a look at the map and make sure I’m headed in the right direction.

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