In this economy, startups need all the help they can get. I’ve compiled a list of people, blogs and incubators you should familiarize yourself with if you’re serious about success.
If you have a startup, you need to know Paul Graham’s name. He’s the founder of Y Combinator (see below) and an all around super-smart guy about startups. Read his essays and Tweets to get smarter in your space.
This is Paul Graham’s incubator, which has become famous in its role in helping startups like AirBandB, Reddit and Wufoo skyrocket to success. Y Combinator is a three-month program in the Bay area that teaches startup founders what they need to succeed. But the best part is probably the contacts it brings you. Completing the program is tantamount to graduating from Harvard.