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March 08, 2007


David Cohen

While I find that book to be relatively weak in terms of insight or new content (it's really just a collection of interviews best read in the bathroom) , I have to agree with this point. Spend (and take) as little money as possible, especially in the early stage. I remember lamenting over a $300 laser printer in my first business. We finally broke down and bought it after months of debate. Once you take "real" money, it's too easy to lose this sense of thriftiness.

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