1: It was the summer of 2004. Three college sophomores traveled to Silicon Valley having recently started their fledgling college social network.
“It was live on a handful of college campuses. It was not the market-leading social network or even the first college social network; other companies had launched sooner and with more features, writes Eric Ries in The Lean Startup. “With 150,000 registered users, it made very little … continue reading