Announcing: The Entrepreneur's Corner

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As you may recall, a few months back we launched the IT Innovation site, sponsored by Sun and Intel, which has been a great program. Now we're launching another site, this time for small business owners and entrepreneurs, called The Entrepreneur's Corner, brought to you in partnership with AcceptPay from American Express. Like the IT Innovation site, the Entrepreneur's Corner will have a mix of content cross-posted from Techdirt, as well as unique individual stories, such as this one, on what the health care reform bill means for small businesses today. Also, as with anything we post on our sites, the content is editorially independent of any advertisers or sponsors.
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    Anonymous Coward, 25 Mar 2010 @ 4:39pm

    The AcceptPay TV ad with the lawyer on the alpaca farm is pretty classy. But can I make a suggestion? Hopefully they're next ad will describe how it helped Mike Masnick's T-Shirt shop get T-Shirts in stock.

    Here's the premise of the ad: Man with T-Shirt business needs T-Shirts to sell. It's easier to understand and less random. But why is the lawyer on an alpaca farm talking about socks? *scratches head*

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    NAMELESS.ONE, 25 Mar 2010 @ 5:13pm

    lol

    cause we all know a lawyer with out socks REALLY STINKS

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    Anonymous Coward, 25 Mar 2010 @ 7:57pm

    "the content is editorially independent of any advertisers or sponsors." until they stop paying, then the site shuts down.

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