Paul Graham and friends have started a Summer Founders Program; if you have a cool idea they’ll fund and incorporate a startup for you. All you need to do is spend the summer in Cambridge, MA (they pay living expenses).

If you would like me to work on your startup or else would like to work on mine, sorry the deadline has past. Thanks for your interest.

posted March 18, 2005 03:06 PM (Technology) (2 comments) #


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That program seems like an amazing opportunity. I would’ve loved the chance to be a part of your team (or any team in the program), but I’ve already arranged (and signed on) summer plans.

posted by Nathan Spindel at March 18, 2005 04:19 PM #

If properly structured, funded and mentored, an awesome vehicle to start and learn about business.

I might add it’s an excellent way to enter our capitalistic economic system and experience the joy of working with a team to bring an idea to market.

posted by Ron Bischof at March 19, 2005 10:38 AM #

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