“Redefine Entrepreneurship”: It’s the “Who”, not the “What” that matters. cc: @Babson

Our friends at Babson College have asked us to help out on their new campaign, “Redefine Entrepreneurship”. [Catch the backstory here, and watch the video here to get a rough idea etc etc.] It’s a simple enough idea: If they can own a new idea of what entrepreneurship is, or at least, be a prime […]

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interview with @soniasimone

[“I traded boredom for stress. And it was so worth it.” Great interview of @soniasimone, on becoming an entrepreneur etc.]

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techcrunch party

Last week I was in Silicon Valley for the annual Techcrunch Party. As usual (this is my fifth year in a row doing it) I designed the commemorative poster for them, which I hand-signed at the event. I thought my “delusional” motif would be perfect for it. I also attended the CrunchUp conference earlier that […]

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from my notebook…

daily bizcard 033: scott belsky

Today’s “Daily Bizcard”, “Making Ideas Happen”, goes to author and entrepreneur, Scott Belsky. Mark’s personal catchphrase is “Making Ideas Happen”, which is what I used for the base of the cartoon. And as it turns out, it’s also the title of his new book, which came out in April. [Disclosure: The book is also published […]

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“entrepreneurial agitprop”

[This is a "Cube Grenade" I designed for myself earlier today, as a little thought experiment etc.] My friend, Robert Scoble wrote an interesting blog post recently, about why he was working for Rackspace, the big San Antonio web hosting service. “To Help Entrepreneurs”. Apparently Rackspace allows him a lot of leeway to do just […]

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daily bizcard 05: jason calacanis

Today’s Daily Bizcard, “Soup” goes to Jason Calacanis. Web 2.0 serial entrepreneur Jason is one of the smartest people I know. Some people find his manner abrasive, but eh, that’s just his high-energy, take-no-prisoners, no-bullshit way. He’s a real gentleman and a sweetheart if you ever actually spend time around him. The cartoon is all […]

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daily bizcard 4: loic le meur

Today’s Daily Bizcard goes to Loic Le Meur. [You can buy the print here etc.] Loic and I first met circa 2004, back when he lived in Paris and I lived over the Channel in England (He’s now based in San Francisco). We’ve been good friends ever since. Loic is a bit of a bad-ass […]

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daily bizcard 02: pam slim

[“Permission”. You can buy the print here etc.] Entrepreneur/Author Pam Slim did such a good job guest blogging for me the other day I thought, why not? Give the gal her own daily bizcard. She gave me some themes to work with: freedom, claim your own authority, you don’t need permission. I went with the […]

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