Paul Graham, co-founder of the start-up bootcamp Y Combinator, posted an interesting article this month about why it is still a good time to do a start-up. If you ever have or currently are thinking about venturing out to start something read his post here. To sum his argument up in his own words, "what matters is who you are, not when you do it. If you're the right sort of person, you'll win even in a bad economy. And if you're not, a good economy won't save you."
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