Late Stage Co-Founder Wanted, Screencasting Handbook Released, Triumph of the Nerds on DVD, and more…

Late Stage Co-Founder Wanted[Filled] I’ve been contacted by a colleague who has been working on a SaaS application in a fairly large market. The SaaS (Ruby on Rails) app i complete and needs marketing enhancements in order to launch. You need reasonable graphic design skills, the ability to shoot and edit a screencast, respond to customer feedback, and work on the messaging/marketing. If you are interested drop me a line at rob@softwarebyrob.com and I will send you additional information. No obligation; the current founder will not know who you are unless you decide to contact him.

The Screencasting Handbook – Newly released, this ebook is written by an expert on the subject and is aimed at anyone who is making screencasts. I own it; it’s top notch.

Triumph of the Nerds on DVD – An awesome tech documentary, and I recently discovered it’s on DVD.

What My User Survey Taught Me – Insights from Patrick McKenzie. My favorite quote: “Incidentally, I don’t feel any rancor at folks who believe that everything should be free on the Internet.  I just will not accommodate your preferences.  You’re welcome to use my free competitors if they better fit your needs.”

ABtests.com – Learn more about A/B testing by examining other peoples’ A/B tests, including their take on why one out-performed the other. Many 100%+ improvements.

Ummm…What am I Signing up For? – Seriously, I still can’t figure out the purpose of this site.

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3 comments ↓

#1 Steve Moyer on 05.24.10 at 8:46 am

The sign-up page doesn’t say much, but the FAQ makes it pretty obvious that it’s yet another on-line to-do list manager.

#2 Ian Ozsvald on 05.24.10 at 2:09 pm

Much obliged for the link to http://thescreencastinghandbook.com Rob. There are a bunch of reviews linked on the homepage for anyone who needs to read more, along with the first 20 pages or so.
Ian.

#3 A-ron on 05.24.10 at 6:20 pm

I think if you sign up for done.io it means you’ve thrown your hands up in the air and given up on life. It’s an I-officially-quit-trying site. It’d make a great “social” network site.