NYT’s Nick Bilton on Ideas
October 10, 2013
“In Silicon Valley, ideas are not in short supply. At every coffee shop, beer garden and technology conference, there are legions of start-up founders, like screenwriters clutching their scripts, desperate to show off an app or site that they believe will be the next big thing. Yet around 75 percent of start-ups fail.”
Nick Bilton- New York Times (an abstract from Bilton’s upcoming book on the birth of Twitter)
Influx’s Creativity Conference in NYC on October 15th, will be full of clues on how to get to not just ideas, but great ones.
You can register here.
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