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Testimonial of an ink-stained scribbler at the digital crossroads, part 1: How canny techies are making me publish my book the way they spawn their software and devices

[ A new experiment in publishing: this entry can also be read on Medium.com, in a different form ]

Two weeks ago, I did something I would once have considered shameful, if not humiliating. 1,332 more words

Re-arranging Publishing For The 5th Estate

fast and functional

Fast and functional.

Sometimes you just want things to be sorted quickly. How pretty the solution is, how elegant the solution is or the bells and whistles don’t matter. 118 more words


Lean Startup: Integrating Discovery and Delivery

In my post on balancing discovery and delivery, using dual-track scrum was one way to find a balance between “innovation-focussed” people with “get things done” people and to ensure you were not only focussed on delivery. 360 more words


Minimum viable products, exceptional products, and cupcakes

“Minimum” is not a word usually associated with a good product. But the term “minimum viable product” (MVP) is thrown around as widely accepted advice for startups. 604 more words


What is a minimum viable product (MVP)?

Simply put, the Minimum Viable Product (MVP) is a key lean startup concept championed by start-up guru Eric Ries. The basic idea is to maximize validated learning for the least amount of effort.  342 more words


(Q3) The Artifex Practice Pitch

Hello everyone!

Yesterday my entrepreneurship group and I made our practice pitch to the class, regarding our graphic designer platform, Artifex.

In regards to the practice pitch, I wanted to address the following question posed to me: 805 more words


MVP: Minimum viable product

Having problems with the assumptions of your Business Model Canvas? There is one solution: the Minimum Viable Product!

It may be one of the most important parts of the lean startup movement. 515 more words