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February 2016

Our 5 Favorite Startup Digest Reading List Articles From Last Week

5 hand-picked articles from across the Startup Digest Reading Lists. Sign up to receive great weekly content on various topics from expert curators.   1. I Grew Up Poor in a Rich Person’s World By Deborah Chang Digest: Startup Curators: Zubin Chagpar & Chris McCann “Entrepreneurs are generally driven to solve the problems they themselves have experienced. The…

Our 5 Favorite Startup Digest Reading List Articles From Last Week

5 hand-picked articles from across the Startup Digest Reading Lists. Sign up to receive great weekly content on various topics from expert curators.   1. Disabled musicians create music from brainwaves By Tim Muffett Digest: Music Curator: Katie Chase Disabled musicians given an interface to write once again and hear their compositions. Amazing. Read More More from…

Our 5 Favorite Startup Digest Reading List Articles From Last Week

1. We got 10 CEOs to tell us their one killer interview question for new hires By Jason Karaian Digest: Leadership & Resiliency Curator: Sarah Jane Coffey Not only are these pretty great interview questions, several of them would also work as journaling prompts. Read More More from this reading list: http://eepurl.com/bQmvPL   2. Fintech is Just Getting Started By Alan Carlisle…

Our 5 Favorite Startup Digest Reading List Articles From Last Week

  1. For Women Entrepreneurs Raising Money, It’s Good to Be in New York or Los Angeles By Kimberly Weisul Digest: Women Entrepreneurship Curators: Babs Lee & Lilibeth Gangas The funding environment for women is not so great in Silicon Valley, but great in New York and Los Angeles. Read More More from this reading list: http://eepurl.com/bPyPwr   2. Text messaging helps…

Our 5 Favorite Startup Digest Reading List Articles From Last Week

  1. Here’s What Lyft’s Driverless Future Might Look Like By Johana Bhuiyan Digest: Mobility & Transportation Curator: Timo Hoffmann A logical consequence of the autonomous future of individual mobility is, that you have free time if you are inside the car. No need to drive yourself. Which means you can do other stuff. Lyft is thinking about offering…

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