Tuesday Links: Seed Rounds Made Simple

Posted by: John Tozzi on March 2, 2010

Simplified legal documents aim to make seed stage investments easier, Pui-Wing Tam reports at VC Dispatch. (More from BW’s Olga Kharif here.)

WebWorkerDaily’s Dawn Foster on the dark side of freelancing, as she prepares to leave the freelance life.

Carl Schramm, writing in the Stanford Social Innovation Review, argues that all entrepreneurs are social entrepreneurs.

Springwise points to a crowdfunding system for startups.

Michigan Sen. Carl Levin says expanding a program to help businesses get loans by bolstering their collateral could aid the state’s ailing manufacturing center, Ben White of BizBox reports. (More on the program here and here.)

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