Welcome to this weeks links!
In this slide show from Laurent Kretz we learn about why not to start startups and some useful advice if you choose to anyways. Overall its a realistic view about what startups are all about, as he chooses to focus on the less glamorous side of things.
The following is a set of interesting infographics focused on the world if it was made up of only 100 people. In this setting, the graphics focus on education, religion, race, and many more issues that make it easier to comprehend the current breakdown of things today.
In this article from Get Finch, we explore the idea of the redesign and its many intricacies. The article explores the never ending cycle of redesigning, as well as key usability practices for better results.
This simple Google Docs spreadsheet allows for anyone to access each and every TED Talk every created. It organizes the talks by speakers, names, and summaries, while providing a link to each individual talk. A useful resource indeed.
Groupon has been at the center of much conversation lately and one analyst believes that it’s not going to last for long. TechCrunch brings us this intriguing piece about why Groupon is poised for collapse based on its model and negative affects on business.
And if you missed last weeks links, check them out here.