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Manpacks Tipping Point from an

From Mixergy Interview with Manpack’s founder Ken Johnson.

Good idea, but his site just sat there, unused and unnoticed. Then someone submitted it to Hacker News, the social news site for entrepreneurs, and suddenly “it got us tons of hits on the site,” Ken says. The Hacker News audience wasn’t a sales windfall for Manpacks, but it gave the site enough traffic to test different marketing ideas and see what increased conversions. It also led to coverage in other media. It was “hands down, the best experience of my life,” Ken told me.


“The beginning of wisdom is a definition of terms.” Socrates

There is only 1 option to take daily, to progress or die.  Choose your path.

prog·ress [n. prog-res, -ruhs or, especially Brit., proh-gres; v. pruh-gres]  Show IPA


1. a movement toward a goal or to a further or higher stage:the progress of a student toward a degree.
2. developmental activity in sciencetechnology, etc.,especially with reference to the commercial opportunitiescreated thereby or to the promotion of the material well-being of the public through the goods, techniques, orfacilities created.
3. advancement in general.
4. growth or development; continuous improvement: He showsprogress in his muscular coordination.
5. the development of an individual or society in a directionconsidered more beneficial than and superior to the previouslevel.
6. Biology . increasing differentiation and perfection in thecourse of ontogeny or phylogeny.
7. forward or onward movement: the progress of the planets.
8. the forward course of action, events, time, etc.
9. an official journey or tour, as by a sovereign or dignitary.
–verb (used without object) pro·gress 

10. to go forward or onward in space or time: The wagon trainprogressed through the valley. As the play progressed, theleading man grew more inaudible.
11. to grow or develop, as in complexity, scope, or severity;advance: Are you progressing in your piano studies?

die –verb (used without object), died, dy·ing.

1.  to cease to live; undergo the complete and permanentcessation of all vital functions; become dead.
2. (of something inanimate) to cease to exist: The laughter diedon his lips.
3. to lose force, strength, or active qualities: Superstitions dieslowly.
4. to cease to function; stop: The motor died.
5. to be no longer subject; become indifferent: to die to worldlymatters.
6. to pass gradually; fade or subside gradually (usually followedby away, out,  or down ): The storm slowly died down.
7. Theology . to lose spiritual life.
8. to faint or languish.
9. to suffer as if fatally: I’m dying of boredom!
10. to pine with desire, love, longing, etc.: I’m dying to see my home again.
11. to desire or want keenly or greatly: I’m dying for a cup of coffee.