How to ID a Market Primed for Speed

We hear often that speed is a virtue in the startup trade. Mike Cassidy thinks speed is the highest virtue, in fact. (Check out his presentation, Speeding Up All Parts of a Startup, which we found via Venture Hacks earlier this week.)

As luck would have it, Found|READ has been talking about this very thing – how to accelerate your startup’s success — with serial entrepreneur Ashfaq (“Ash”) Munshi, currently the founder of TeraBitz, which he launched in 2006 with his son, Kamran Munshi. (Talk about speed: Kamran is 18!) Read More about How to ID a Market Primed for Speed

Housing Info Flows to the iPhone

Looking for a new house to buy but don’t have enough time to browse the Internet, either at home or in the office? As of today, iPhone users can use a new application from Silicon Valley-based startup Terabitz to look at property listings, photos, local neighborhood information, recent sales and driving directions to properties while on the go. So far the app only has data from Northern California, though there are plans to include other locations, too. Given how hard-hit the NoCal region has been hit from the subprime mortgage crisis, however, there will undoubtedly be lots of listings in the meantime.