Walker Twitter Highlights: November 7th – 13th

by Scott Edward Walker on November 14th, 2010

I’m using Twitter as a form of micro-blogging to share interesting blog posts, articles and podcasts relating to entrepreneurship & startups, mergers & acquisitions, and business & corporate law issues.

For those of you who missed this week’s Twitter updates, below are my five most popular tweets (via bit.ly) and my blog-related tweets.  If you’d like to see all of my tweets (or an RSS feed of them), you can do so here.  Thanks, Scott

Top 5 Tweets

  1. “People who work at startups end up being high performers at big companies….” & other interesting survey results: http://bit.ly/9yh39x
  2. Quora: “What’s an appropriate founder vesting schedule?” My answer: http://bit.ly/bKDJXB
  3. Quora: “What requirements are there for an investor to invest in a startup? . . .”  My answer: http://bit.ly/a5EVgB
  4. “We are…seeing large deals ($5mm to $15mm) getting done in a few days with little or no due diligence.” -@fredwilson http://bit.ly/cG0ZsZ
  5. Here we go again: the NASAA is trying to fuck with the definition of “accredited investor” (see SEC letter: http://bit.ly/aWDZC3) cc: @sacca

Walker Blog-Post Related

  1. New blog post: How Do I Raise Seed Capital If I Don’t Know Any Investors? – Apply to AngelList  http://bit.ly/cvscTT
  2. New vid post – Helping Entrepreneurs Succeed: Michael Dell (interesting brief clip) http://bit.ly/ddQPrz

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