There's no such thing as a free launch

Raskin, Andrew
April 2000
Inc.;Apr2000, Vol. 22 Issue 5, p43
Relates how the author introduced his Internet company to the world at the cost of his personal dignity. Minimum requirement for launching an Internet business; Advantages of launching at a conference; How the author and his co-workers introduced the power of personal recommendation.


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