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Meet LBRY: An Open-source Protocol For Art + Knowledge
LBRY (pronounced "Library") is an open-source protocol providing a decentralized marketplace. LBRY allows anyone to publish content and anyone to buy it from anyone else, but with an economic design to combat piracy and benefit artists. If you are an OSX or Linux user you can test LBRY yourself. You can also learn more about LBRY or join our list.
ooovre - buy books online from local bookstores
ooovre helps people buy books online from local booksellers. The current site is a prototype that allows you to order any book from a local bookseller of your choice and then pick it up from their shop, often within 24-28 hours. We've just launched on Kickstarter to raise £30,000 to build the next version of the site with more powerful tools for local booksellers to sell online and roll out into the US, Canada and Australia. [more inside]
StartCards flashcards for entrepreneurs
StartCards are free flashcards for serious entrepreneurs. Founders use them to quickly memorize key concepts so they can spend less time reading books and more time growing their business. [more inside]
An Open Letter to the Start-up CEO Who Believes He Owns a Business
I wrote an Open Letter on Medium snarkily addressing my long-term issues with Startup Culture, VC funding, and various other tangled attendants.
Seneca: online giving and volunteering
Seneca is a website that helps people give time to their friends and money to social causes. [more inside]
Making It: a cabaret web series
A ten part portrait of an entrepreneur, told through monologues and song. Pete recently opened a small clothing store. He's begun recording a video diary to document what's happening with his business, as well as his thoughts on what it means to be a small business owner. [more inside]
Skimr - simple web based RSS reader
Great for desktops, tablets and smartphones. Can be used without an account or sign up for free to customize the default set of websites on the home page. Websites can be added either by URL or from a directory.
MobChalk is a simple tool for anonymous communication in public spaces using your smartphone. You can leave messages, chat, or meet people. It's like invisible graffiti for every place you go. [more inside]
We've just launched the alpha of a 10-month bootstrapped project at LifeSnapper.com. LifeSnapper lets you build a beautiful, themed timeline of the key events in your life to tell and share your story with friends and family. You can see a demo timeline, or checkout LifeSnapper's own timeline to quickly understand the idea behind it. [more inside]