Starting the startup!
Lately, I haven’t been blogging much. Perhaps I need to resume it once again, make thelazy.info much more active. The one reason that I am not able to write is the fact that I am really busy with my startup and internship. To make things simple for myself, I think I can blog about my startup experiences instead. I can’t blog about my internship because I have signed a Non Disclosure Agreement for the same(!).
It has been a long time, since we have been waiting for the big day, the day of launch of our first iteration of Zumbl. About a month later on the 14th July, we will finally have our first launch. And guess what, our most direct competitor will be airtime.com. Not really a competitor though. Infact, it will bring forward people to talk to strangers, let them go off their hesitancy to talk to strangers.
What airtime is to chatroulette, we need to be to Omegle. And how can we do that? I don’t know. But we have to watch every step of ours now. Work our asses, and make sure when we are out there, we have something to feel really proud of.
When we look for feedback, we are always told we have a great idea. That is not really as helpful as everyone may think of. Because that says, we have greater responsibilities and work to look after. Because that says, if we screw it up ….
I was reading somewhere (quora) about secret to startups. And it says – Focus and Execute! We need to gather all our efforts, and finish everything that we started and show everyone for sometime what we have been working on when we screwed up our exams, among other things. Something for which we are spending our summers on. Something, for which I have been dropped my first year.
- Airtime.com got 8.3$ million series A funding.(http://techcrunch.
- I have taken this mostly from one of my mails in our group Hopefully, my next posts in the series would make a l’ll more sense than this one!
Time will change
but would not do so IYou will need a companion
but would not fail to irritate IYou will need me silent
but would not stop making noise ITo life, and moving on.