Thu 13 July 2017
Let’s suppose you have a really good idea for a business.
Not just “we’re going to be an easy-to-use centralized middleman for a previously unorganized and possibly unrecognized market” which has been done enough times that half of your success will be in getting customers to recognize you and the other half will be in not screwing up — where was I? — but a really good idea. The sort of thing that could make your grandkids into spoiled rich parasites who vote Republican.
It’s true, you might not need a lot of money, or people, or resources — at …