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As we wrote last week, the most common mistakes that SaaS providers make often involve errors made while balancing the incoming subscription receipts with the need to go out and spend some money to acquire new subscribers. Dharmesh Shah, CTO and founder of HubSpot, recently blogged his thoughts on a similar topic: the insights he's gleaned from the B2B SaaS startup. Describing these as "non-obvious SaaS startup lessons," Shah's blog post contains a list seven important observations.
If the rise of the solar energy market is written as a fantasy novel, then the makers of copper-indium-gallium-selenide (CIGS) are members of a mythical clan from far far away that are reputed to be fierce warriors who are gathering forces to reshape the geopolitics of the realm. But so far, this big army hasn't materialized.
Seattle-based casual games developer Big Fish Games said this week that it has released a new, iPad version of Everest: Hidden Expedition. The firm said the title--its first for the iPhone--has been "digitally re-mastered" with the original art from the high-resolution version of the PC game. The newly released game is available as Everest: Hidden Expedition HD, and retails for $6.99 on Apple's App Store.
38 Studios, an entertainment and IP creation company, just unveiled http://reckoningthegame.com, the product launch site(http://www.optaros.com/solution/new-product-launch) for Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning. The website was designed and developed by Optaros, a full-service provider of agile web solutions, and is designed to introduce 38 Studios and its role-playing game to the video gaming community. Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning will be published by Electronic Arts and is planned for release in fall 2011.