Posts tagged ‘entrepreneurship’

Ideas for Startups

October 21st, 2005

“The fact that there’s no market for startup ideas suggests there’s no demand”. Such a good way to put it! Paul Graham have more great tips on getting ideas for startups.

24 Hour Dotcom Revisited

July 5th, 2005

I’ve finally uploaded a very entertaining documentary film about the 24 Hour Dotcom online for viewing and downloading at ourmedia.org. Big thanks to Ben Pohl and Sebastian Gollek for creating the film!


24 hour dotcomChampagne flashmob. Watch the film here.

In other news, a site called Yubnub placed 2nd in the recent Railsday competition (in which teams are to create a web app with Ruby on Rails in 24 hours). Yubnub is very similar to Dozomo — the site we built in 24 hours — and has received lots of hype. Looks like we’ve got competition! I’m still addicted to Dozomo though, partly because of it’s glorious Ajaxified command completion. We’ve also got some new features coming up within the next few weeks (search history with command completion are among them).

Creating a dotcom business in 24 hours

June 11th, 2004

The project is now over, and we survived…
Check 24hdc.com for an overview or take a look at dozomo.com, the very useful dotcom we managed to produce in 24 hours.

Right now we are at the Wizards of OS conference in Berlin to make a performance art/business project. The mission is to create a dotcom business from scratch in 24 hours.


Enjoying berlin
Enjoying Berlin…

That means designing and programming a complete and useful web application, recruiting people, doing marketing, creating investment programs and much more. After 24 hours, the complete business will be sold on an eBay auction, and everyone involved will be rich!

You are free to join in and help out, and you will get paid in valuable stock 😉
If you are a designer, programmer, business person, all-round genius, or just want to be a part of the beta test, please visit our site 24hdc.com. The project starts at Friday *19:00* Central European Time. You will be able to follow the project continuously on the website…