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The question I routinely ask whenever someone tells me about their amazing business scheme is "what is your plan to stop competitors from copying the basic idea and overtaking you?" or "what is to stop the established player in the market expanding their product to include this idea (probably as a check box option) and making your company irrelevant?"

brazzy 864 days ago link

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sjwright 864 days ago link

´╗┐sign your NDA

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A simple and strait forward one would be PG's using LISP for his website generation software. It was an ideal language for manipulating structured text and let them run rings around the completion even if they had 5x the budget and tried to directly copy them. They where not making financial decisions so if a machine took to long to respond they could skip it and still give you a fast response. It's also the type of incite that's shows up when you actually sit down and try to design a system and find out what the actual hard parts are and how to deal with them. AKA, what happens if we need to serve 10,000 requests a second now how about 100,000?

jordhy 864 days ago link

ereckers 864 days ago link

Which is akin to saying that, while doing their Phds and writing papers, they didn't publish all their accrued knowledge in the field. And instead when on to apply that to Google. They really did a good job at hiding the scale of their operations. Perhaps this secrecy was their biggest advantage, but take into account that they hid much more than algos. And still, the have a huge base of secret IP.

I found something interesting about the people who asked for an NDA: they weren't very good at following up. Maybe a small conversation. The discussions always fizzled out. An NDA almost directly indicated (in my situations) that the person asking had a vision of grandeur without any idea of the work that would go into making that vision a reality. If the idea doesn't make me gasp when you tell me, it probably isn't worth an NDA. I'm fine if I'm not qualified to build a product (I'll be up front about the limits of my skills, because I already have enough work!) or a good match for the team they are looking for. I run as fast as I can if I meet someone who doesn't care who they're hiring. If they can't effectively evaluate my work, the relationship is automatically dysfunctional. And that starts with the NDA if they prioritize the value of the "idea" over the value of the people, they are already headed in the wrong direction.

Retric 864 days ago link

An algorithm that we developed and academia thinks is not going to work (Google)That this an interesting thought. I am not sure it is really a classical competitive advantage, though. It's actually the first time I hear this. Is it really applicable in that many cases? You were giving Google as an example. Which algorithm were you referring to? I can think of these three from the top of my head: PageRank, MapReduce, Paxos. Reading published papers about algorithms is all fine and well, but you having the intuitions to come up with them is much more powerful.

jordhy 860 days ago link

The very request to sign an NDA assumes the idea could be could and executed upon listening to a 15 minute speech about it. This is a clear litmus test that the idea itself is not worth much. Without intrinsic IP or competitive advantages, the wanna be preneur resorts to artificial protection measures like the NDA, secrecy and quickly becomes delusional. Requests to sign NDAs are one of the worsts red flags an early stage entrepreneur can have.

They where using the filter, map, reduce technique well before they introduced the MapReduce framework.

What's the right answer? Because if it's anything other than "nothing" I'd like to hear an example.

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your site using social media, start in unexplored geographies or complete in the virgin mobile market. A strong patent portfolio and the money and will to defend them. IP is not enough, you need good lawyers, the will to fight for your turf and a good set of Plan B's to execute when the competition infringes on you. Notice that you can't instantly avoid infringement, only deter it. Good examples of companies that use this include UStream, Nike White Sports Bra Apple and HP.3. Brand and execution: People already know that DropBox is best to share files. But what if Apple created a new service to share files. They tried! But people are already familiar with the DropBox brand and prefer their execution: because now they can share files across platforms. He portraits many, many strategies for startups to disrupt markets and compete in uneven situations. If academia thinks your algorithm is a good fit for the problem them that knowledge is public, well studied and been executed upon. (Google used secrecy, designed new systems and engaged in many partnerships with data centers initially to make their algorithm work at scale)Actually this isn't why Google succeeded as a business. Sure, that made their search work, but the key was that no one else cared. No one realized just how Nike Black Down Jacket

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Google introduced MapReduce in 2004, years after it became the dominant search engine.

content network. This is a form of market share domination and you need to fight using guerrilla tactics in this case. For example, promote Nike Shorts Yellow

Your competitive advantage is your sword. Your barrier to entry is your shield or "moat". Typically, these should be hard to copy things that you can evolve over time to make your business stronger. Here are some examples. Classic competitive advantages:1. Groupon). In this case the barrier to entry is that, assuming you filtered your selections well, is very hard to get more or better seasoned/connected people to compete with an established player.2. An algorithm that we developed and academia thinks is not going to work (Google). If academia thinks your algorithm is a good fit for the problem them that knowledge is public, well studied and been executed upon. (Google used secrecy, designed new systems and engaged in many partnerships with data centers initially to make their algorithm work at scale)3. Network dynamics: Enlist developers and become a platform faster and better than the competition. This would create to barriers to entry: a spiraling viral growth curve that is hard to follow and the recognition and trust that developers will bring to your brand. Facebook won in part because of this and in part because MySpace, Ning and the other players couldn't execute as well as they did. Strong barriers to entry:1. You already have 20M in VC, went global and have dominated most of the SERPS (search engine result pages) for your Nike Shorts Sale

much money Google was making from search until it was too late and by then Google had built a classic two sided market which is excellent protection against competition.

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