Some say the number of new businesses in the U.S. is declining, but from where I sit in the tech universe, startup fever is spreading faster than ever. That’s because the cost of entry is now so low. Back in the 1980s and ’90s, you could burn $10 million just getting resources in place to establish the foundation for your technology system. Today, thanks to advances like cloud computing, a couple of kids in a dorm room can create the next great thing with almost no outside capital or expensive equipment.
6 Key Lessons For Startups From An Early Internet Pioneer – Forbes