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3Novices:Learning to embrace conflict as a part of startup culture

 Most team leaders will agree on the majority of decisions that need to be made and good startup teams seem telepathic at times, but there are inevitably going to be profound disagreements. It’s critical that entrepreneurs embrace these conflicts because solving them properly is often the difference between success and failure. Read More


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3Novices:Kirakira vs. the world

   “In order for the light to shine so brightly, the darkness must be present.” — Francis Bacon and/or Lady Gaga ¬†Kirakira, an app that allows people to become shinier, is at the time of this writing the No. 1 paid app in the iOS App Store.¬†Its creator, Kentaro Yama, is a Japanese developer who works full-time for tha ltd. design studio in Tokyo. He did not expect his… Read More


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3Novices:Negativity and Startups

 2017 has not been a good year for good news in the startup world. VCs repeatedly sexually harassing founders, often over a period of years. Products that are dangerous, stupid or a mix of both. Company executives breaking the law in pursuit of delirious growth. Dumb product launches that insult whole ethnic groups. Hiring models for parties to disguise tech’s massive gender problem.… Read More


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3Novices:Explainer: Myanmar wields colonial-era law against Reuters journalists

(Reuters) – Myanmar has accused Reuters reporters Wa Lone, 31, and Kyaw Soe Oo, 27, of breaching the country’s Official Secrets Act, a little-used hangover from colonial rule. Sam Zarifi, secretary general of the International Commission of Jurists (ICJ), said the law can ensnare working journalists “at any time”.


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