Walker Twitter Highlights: September 26th – October 2nd

by Scott Edward Walker on October 3rd, 2010

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

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

Top 5 Tweets

  1. Quora: “Do people in the US have to be accredited investors to invest in startups?” My answer: http://bit.ly/9Vnf5L
  2. Quora: “What do you think the earn-out looks like for @Arrington in the TechCrunch sale to AOL?” My answer: http://bit.ly/b1oKdp
  3. Quora: “Is Angellist technically violating the general solicitation rules of Regulation D….?” My answer: http://bit.ly/aVzi4K
  4. Quora: “How do you approach notable VCs and entrepreneurs at tech events . . . .?” My answer: http://bit.ly/bFJsBI
  5. The Death of Big Law (via Prof Ribstein) – “the basic business model of the large U.S. law firm is failing” http://bit.ly/c5TrwQ

Walker Blog-Post Related

  1. New post: 5 Common Mistakes in Pitch Decks http://bit.ly/9z4qGq
  2. New vid post: “Helping Entrepreneurs Succeed: Chris Sacca” (@sacca), courtesy of GigaOm TV http://bit.ly/9h2HmM >> I really respect this guy

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