Walker Twitter Highlights: January 24th – 30th

by Scott Edward Walker on January 31st, 2010

For those of you who missed this week’s Twitter updates, below you’ll find highlights of our top tweets.  If you would like to see all of our tweets (or if you would like to receive an RSS feed of them), you can do so here.

If you have any questions or comments with respect to any of the tweets below, please contact us through the comments section of this post.  Many thanks, Scott


Top 5 Tweets

  1. “Start out doing something useful for someone.” Paul Graham at #twiistup http://yfrog.com/1dx1qwj
  2. Entrepreneurs’ Most Common Mistakes When Pitching VCs (WSJ): “I won’t invest in a company unless I can imagine the S-1.” http://bit.ly/bBti9y
  3. Letters of Intent – Ties that Bind? (via Harvard Law) – recent DE case re “potential pitfalls” entering into LOI’s http://bit.ly/6RjZrF
  4. Dear Entrepreneurs: LegalZoom sucks (unless you’re launching “a dry cleaners or the corner grocery store”). http://bit.ly/6rnOsa
  5. Just had lunch at Sports Club LA with my clients & a potential investor who tried to get 50% of the company (good try). http://bit.ly/ag7iqN

Walker Blog-Related Tweets

  • Here’s my new blog post for VentureBeat: “What issues do I need to consider when forming a start-up?” http://bit.ly/8n3obU


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