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Top of Mind's 5 Must-Read Articles in Entrepreneurship

Every year I wait for the lists. Those that list the most innovative things to happen this past year. MIT Technology Review's list is one of these. The 10 greatest breakthroughs and innovations in technology. It takes a deep dive into each of the 10 technologies. This year it was things like brain mapping and agricultural drones.

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Thom Ruhe
on May 02, 2014
Startup Genome: A Grassroots Effort For Helping Startups

When you hear the term "genome," it might take you back to your high school biology class, where your teacher talked about the many zillions of pieces of data that are contained in DNA. You can think of a Startup Genome a bit the same way.

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Thom Ruhe
on April 03, 2014
Mapping Communities One Startup At A Time

At the Kauffman Foundation, we recently announced a grant to a group that is trying to map and track where startups are around the world. The project--Startup Genome--is working "to build the most complete and accurate database of the world's startup communities, present it in useful, beautiful ways and provide tools and reports that community builders can use to gain insight into what's happening in their community. And make better decisions about how to grow it."

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Cameron Cushman
on September 18, 2013
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