How can startup cofounders keep track of their equity?
A while back, I heard of a new web app that would let cofounders of a startup easily determine how much equity they are owed based on their contributions in the forms of labor and capital. This new website was Accumi.com.
But I found the name of that site extraordinarily hard to remember, so every time I needed it, I would Google whatever terms I could think of that seemed relevant – except for some reason, even that rarely got me the result I was looking for.
So today, when I yet again performed a similar search, after a few query revisions I uncovered a website offering a similar app which it released sometime between July and November of this year, based on what I can see on the Wayback Machine’s archives for that site.
How To Be Happy
To summarize an article I ran across on BigThink:
- 48% of your happiness level is determined by your genetics
- 40% is is determined by recent, quick-to-fade environmental factors
- The last 12% is directly determined by our choice to pursue four basic values of:
Communly Hopes to Be One Step Worse Than Facebook
California-based startup Communly states that its purpose is not only to create a new social network (like we need another one of those) that structures users around their interests, but also to connect brands with actionable insights from the interest groups that match their business niche–basically, helping “likes” translate to sales. But let’s back up for a moment and touch on what the real problem is here.
Yet Another Blog Reboot
Had to reinstall WordPress due to some nefarious hackage. I know I have some database backups somewhere so hopefully I’ll be able to reload some old posts to kick-start the content around here.
Magan Tyler is helping out with the design and stuff.