Re: Singularity planning Re: Living Below Your Means (was...)

From: Brian Atkins (
Date: Mon Jun 05 2000 - 22:49:41 MDT

Well as we have seen on NASDAQ lately, there are great business models
and not-so-great business models. If you do decide you want to try to find
a startup to join, you have to do as much research as you can on it first.
It's not like some investor who can spread his money around on 10 different
bets- you've got one shot at this, so you have to pick a company you think
will really succeed BIG (and fast :-). Many of the people on this list
could provide you with help on that decision as well.

There is a great demand for good digital artists BTW. wrote:
> In a message dated 6/5/2000 8:22:50 PM Pacific Daylight Time,
> writes:
> >
> >
> > I think everyone should take at least one shot at the "join a hot startup
> > and get rich quick" route to millionaire status. You may fail, in which
> > case you can fall back onto the careful saving/investing approach, but
> > then again it might work out quite well, leaving you enough cash to help
> > use for other extropian/singularitarian purposes.
> which get rich quick scheme do you recommend?

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