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project_intuit_logo_91x27I love Intuit.  They are mostly known for their accounting software, QuickBooks, but they are highly innovative in their use of technology, their creation of new technologies and their commitment to resourcing their current and future products.

1.  Did you know that Intuit has a whole marketplace of third-party add-on software that can do anything QuickBooks is NOT designed to do (from Fund Accounting to Auto Dealership Management to Law Practice Tools to Meter Billing to GPS and Dispatch Tracking)?  And they are all designed to fit right inside QuickBooks and sync with QuickBooks to perform the related task and tie it to your financial software.  Browse away – GoSee

2.  Intuit also has IntuitLabs, where they are always experimenting with the latest and greatest technologies and new software apps.  I note that they are doing a lot of development aimed at the mobile phone, like Intuit GoPayment, where you can accept credit cards on your phone (the lame stock photo of the geek in a hard hat kinda stinks, but look past it, will ya?) – GoSee

3.  For major geeks that like to write software and do it with a platform used by virtually all small businesses in North America, Intuit has a place for you.  It’s called the Intuit Developer Network and you can geek out to your heart’s content on the SDK, Xtify Application contest ($7k grand prize) and Federated Applications (where you can immediately publish your app to some “25 million employees within the 4 million small businesses using QuickBooks”) Bring it! – GoSee

Thanks, Jason M. Blumer


1.  Email makes me Kukoo – GoSee

2.  What makes entrepreneurs entrepreneurial (because they think effectually, of course)? – GoSee

3.  Wolfram|Alpha’s  goal is to: “make all systematic knowledge immediately computable by anyone” (funny, I just did that yesterday after work).  It looks like a new search engine, but it calculates stuff… a lot of different stuff.  Try some of the examples in the right-hand column of the site, and be amazed – GoSee

Thanks, Jason M. Blumer

1.  Seth always has a good word – GoSee

     Excerpt: “A business model is the architecture of a business or project.” Godin

2.  Google me, scroll down to the bottom of the page, and there’s my profile (have you gotten your Google profile yet?) – GoSee

3.  You bought a netbook yet?  Apple is rumored to get in on the market – GoSee

Thanks, Jason M. Blumer

1.  The Summer Semester of the Founder Institute, a four month program designed to train the next entrepreneurs, is about to get under way (and applications are due May 10th).  The curriculum is designed to walk “founders” through a process of setting up their new ventures properly and finally ask for funds at the end of the semester.  Maybe you should apply – GoSee 

2.  I was just encouraging a friend to do this very thing at breakfast this week at Denny’s = start his own business.  Unfortunately, he feels held back by his lack of a college degree (although he is a life-long learner, and smarter than most people I know).  Guy Kawasaki interviewed Pamela Slim of Escape from Cubicle Nation on when and how to start your own company.  Maybe it’s time… – GoSee 

3.  5 Predictions for the future of Collaboration (on the AppGap blogs) – GoSee 

Thanks, Jason M. Blumer

1.  Sixteen factoids to help keep your business running in an economic downturn (thanks to @biancaterito  for this yummy link) – GoSee

2.  In my attempts to grow my firm, I’m heeding Seth Godin’s advice (it actually smacked me in the face) – GoSee

3.  How to “Demo Twitter” for the non-believers, by Guy Kawasaki – GoSee

Thanks, Jason M. Blumer

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