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December 07, 2007


Shawn A. Hessinger

Great story, Alan, with links to the background on all this. I think the greatest challenge in bootstrapping is learning to use your available resources. You don't have an optimal situation and can't afford to hire the best of the best. However, sometimes I think it's better this way and that even entrepreneurs who find big funding are in the end forced to deal with limited resources plus being hampered by investors.

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