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-<html>
- <head>
- <style>
- h2{
- font-family: times, Times New Roman, times-roman, georgia, serif;
- font-size: 28px;
- line-height: 40px;
- letter-spacing: -1px;color: #444;
- }
-
- body{
- font-family: Georgia,"Times New Roman",serif;
- font-size: 14px;
- line-height: 20px;
- color: #444;
- text-align: center;
- }
-
- h1.title{
- font-family: times, Times New Roman, times-roman, georgia, serif;
- color: #444;
- margin: 0;
- padding: 0px 0px 6px 0px;
- font-size: 51px;
- line-height: 44px;
- letter-spacing: -2px;
- font-weight: bold;
- }
-
- h3.section{
- font-size: 20px;
- text-decoration: underline;
- }
-
- h4.exercise{
- text-transform: uppercase;
- font-style: italic;
- }
-
- p{
- margin:0px;
- }
- </style>
-
- <title>Chapter 2: Text Exercises</title>
- </head>
-
-<!---------------------- EXERCISES START HERE ---------------------->
-
- <body>
- <h1 class="title">Chapter 2: Text Exercises</h1>
-
- <h3 class="section">Structural Markup</h3>
-
- <h4 class="exercise">Headings</h4>
- <h1>One - Main Heading</h1>
- <h2>Two - Sub Heading 1</h2>
- <h3>Three - Sub Heading 2</h3>
- <h4>Four - Sub Heading 3</h4>
- <h5>Five - Sub Heading 4</h5>
- <h6>Six - Sub Heading 5</h6>
-
- <h4 class="exercise">Paragraphs</h4>
- <p>paragraph one paragraph one paragraph one paragraph one paragraph one <br/>paragraph one paragraph one paragraph one paragraph one paragraph one <br/>paragraph one paragraph one paragraph one paragraph one paragraph one <br/>paragraph one paragraph one paragraph one paragraph one paragraph one <br/>paragraph one paragraph one paragraph one paragraph one paragraph one <br/>paragraph one paragraph one paragraph</p><p> two paragraph two paragraph two <br/>paragraph two paragraph two paragraph two paragraph two paragraph two <br/>paragraph two paragraph two paragraph two paragraph two paragraph two <br/>paragraph two paragraph two paragraph two paragraph two paragraph two <br/></p>
-
- <h4 class="exercise">Bold</h4>
- <p><b>Make me bold</b></p>
-
- <h4 class="exercise">Italic</h4>
- <p><i>Make me italic</i></p>
-
- <h4 class="exercise">Superscripts</h4>
- <img src="./pythagorean.jpg" alt="pythagoras is rolling in his grave" width="400px" />
- <br />
- <p>Find x (by typing out the Pythagorean theorem... with superscripts).</p>
- <br /><p>A<sup>2</sup> + B<sup>2</sup> = C<sup>2</sup></p>
-
- <h4 class="exercise">Subscripts</h4>
- <img src="./h2o.jpg" alt="check yourself before you wreck yourself" width="400px" />
- <br />
- <p>Format the joke with the correct subscripts</p><br />
- <p>Two men walk into a bar, the first orders some H<sub>2</sub>O. The second one says 'Sounds good, I'll have some H<sub>2</sub>O, too. The second man died.</p>
-
- <h2>When Hydrogen U played Oxygen Tech, the game had just begun,<br>
- When Hyrodgen racked up two fast points, but Oxygen still had none!<br>
- Then Oxygen scored a single goal, and thus it did remain,<br>
- Hydrogen: 2 and Oxygen: 1, called because of rain.<br></h2>
-
- <h4>White Space</h4>
- <p>Part the c's with white space in HTML, Moses:</p><br />
- <p>
- ccccccc ccccccc<br />
- ccccccc ccccccc<br />
- ccccccc ccccccc<br />
- ccccccc ccccccc<br />
- </p>
-
- <h4 class="exercise">Line Breaks</h4>
- <p>Part the c's with line breaks... So for real this time, Moses:</p><br />
- <p>
- ccccccccccccccc<br />
- ccccccccccccccc<br />
- ccccccccccccccc<br />
- ccccccccccccccc<br />
- ccccccccccccccc<br />
- ccccccccccccccc<br />
- </p>
-
- <h4 class="exercise">Horizontal Rules</h4 class="exercise">
- <p>Divide the Structural Markup section from the Semantic Markup section with two horizontal rules.</p>
-
- <hr><hr>
-
- <h3 class="section">Semantic Markup</h3>
- <h4 class="exercise">Strong</h4 class="exercise">
- <p><strong>Make me strong.</strong></p>
-
- <h4 class="exercise">Emphasis</h4>
- <p><em>Give me some emphasis.</em></p>
-
- <h4 class="exercise">Blockquote</h4>
- <p>Blockquote Ed's favorite joke. Bonus points for making it a fixed width and centering it in the page.</p><br />
- <br /><blockquote>
- <p>Theres a blonde, a brunette, and a redhead, and they're all running from the police. They run to an old barn and hide in potato sacks. The cop chasing them walks into the barn looking for them. He kicks the first sack, with the redhead inside, and the redhead says 'Woof!' The cop thinks it's a dog, so walks to the next one. He kicks the second bag, with the brunette, and she says 'Meow.' The cop thinks it's a cat, and moves on. He kicks the third bag, with the blonde, and the blonde yells 'Potatooooo!'</p></blockquote>
-
- <h4 class="exercise">Quote</h4>
- <p>Quote the following lines:</p><br />
- <p><q>Hedgehogs. Why can't they just share the hedge?</q></p><br />
- <p><q>But professor, I'm not plagiarizing, you're just looking at my essay on Internet Explorer.</p></q><br />
- <p><q>And if you didn't get the joke above, go back and read the chapter.</q></p><br />
-
- <h4 class="exercise">Abbreviations</h4>
- <p>Fill in the abbreviations. Bonus points if you can name the movie without IMDB:</p><br />
- <p>Barry Badrinath: It's $10 for a BJ, $12 for an HJ, $15 for a ZJ...</p>
- <p>Landfill: [Interrupting] What's a ZJ?</p>
- <p>Barry Badrinath: If you have to ask, you can't afford it.</p>
-
- <h4 class="exercise">Cite</h4>
- <p>Cite the book title, but not the author... Unless you want to be a part of HTML 4, which was so last year:</p><br />
-
- <p>Tucker Max's <cite>I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell</cite> has sold over one million copies worldwide.</p>
-
- <h4 class="exercise">Definition</h4>
- <img src="./nascar.jpg" alt="riveting sport" width="400px" />
- <br />
- <p>Format the definition of NASCAR:</p><br />
- <p><dfn>NASCAR, turning left in a Chevrolet for four hours, is an absolutely riveting sport.</dfn></p>
-
- <h4 class="exercise">Address</h4>
- <img src="./address.jpg" alt="street that i grew up on as a child" width="400px" />
- <br />
- <p>Format the following address:</p><br />
- <address>
- <p>Farfrompoopen Rd</p>
- <p>Ouachita National Forest, Fannie, AR 71970</p>
- </address>
- <br />
- <p>... So remember all of those job applications that we thought were jokes?</p>
-
- <h4 class="exercise">Insertion and Deletion</h4>
- <p><ins>Insert me.</ins> <del>Delete me.</del></p>
-
- <h4 class="exercise">Strikethrough</h4>
- <p><s>Strike me.</s></p>
- </body>
-</html>
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+Chapter 1
+ Entepreneurs need to rethink the manaagement of startups in order to raise their success rate. Bureaucracy is bad, but chaos isn't better
+
+Chapter 2
+ We can't just think of small 5-man teams in the valley as startups. R&D at massive organizations can (and should) act like a startup too
+
+Chapter 3
+ Audacity of zero: "Zero invites imagination, but small numbers invite questions about whether large numbers will ever materialize"
+
+Chapter 4
+ Experiments are products not just throw-away inquiry. What you learn must be demonstratably applicable to the evolution of your product
+
+Chapter 5
+ Success theatre: 'using the appearance of growth to make it seem that they are successful', 'growth through continuous fundraising from investors and lots of paid advertising.' - Facebook anyone?
+
+Chapter 6
+ Minimum viable product is the fastest way to get through Build-Measure-Learn with the minimum amount of effort. Test fundamental business hypothesis
+
+Chapter 7
+ Establish a baseline by getting a MVP out there asap, then use it to test assumptions and 'tune the engine.'
+
+Chapter 8
+ Be wary of vanity metrics - those that look great but aren't being capitalized upon in the product.
+
+Chapter 9
+ Efficiency works by doing small batches of self-contained labor. Focus 100% on one feature at a time vs spreading yourself thin
+
+Chapter 10
+ Build products that sell themselves, then reduce the cost to aquire a customer and increase average revenue generated per customer
+
+Chapter 11
+ When you reach a sticking point in a problem, ask 'why' five times to burrow deeper into the problem and find the source
+
+Chapter 12
+ Balance the need for a sandbox with avoiding a black box in innovation. Get the entire company involved, but be prepared for (and embrace) failure

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