Joe Kraus continues to write about his experience at JotSpot. According to him — to get from idea to launch and up and running is 30X cheaper than what it was 10 years ago.

* Hardware is 100X cheaper
* Infrastructure software is free:LAMP stack, stable Linux distros, tools, Java app. servers, etc.
* Access to cheap on-demand labor markets

More people would be jumping on the bandwagon, trying to boot strap on their own, which would lead to better valuations in front of investors, VCs.
On a different note, it would be easier to try out an idea for less than $10,000. Doesn’t work? Get the soap box and move-on to the next one.
Where’s my cauldron? Need to continue stirrin’ the ingredients.

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