be to blame if the movie made black people riot. It's not something like physics or medicine that requires extensive study. If you are, is it worth it? Even well-meaning people fall into them. Build something users love, and spend less than you make. There is nothing more valuable, in the early stages of a startup, than smart users.
Starting a startup is not the great mystery it seems from outside. Smarm, on the other hand, is never a force for good. You hear all kinds of reasons why startups fail. What matters is not ideas, but the people who have them. Now we needed to raise more to keep going. Consider the phenomenon that the philosopher Harry Frankfurt identified, in his 1986 essay and 2005 book* On Bullshit, as bullshit. At first we expected our customers to be Web consultants. More people are the right sort of person to start a startup than realize. One or two hundred million, if you wish to have an opinion about the works of Michael Bay. So who should start a startup?