Geek Reading February 12, 2015

We start with Seth Godin talking about sunk costs, but more in the personal decisions space. Mozilla brings us a post about NetGain and the open internet. There are two startup related articles, but they can really apply to almost any business. First, Martin Buberl tells us why every startup should have a culture manifesto. If you have ever worked in a small company or startup, you will realize how critical culture is. And Geoff Ralston talks about startup priorities and how to calculate their importance.

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