Use Panabee to search for and find a name for your startup. In case the perfect name is taken, Panebee presents plenty of suggestions inspired by your original idea. These are derived from phonemes, syllables, abbreviations, suffixes, prefixes, and popular domain trends. Panabee also simplifies domain name checks. Enter a domain like tonystark.com and quickly see availability as well as multiple alternatives.
You can also search for a different default extension like .io or .us, when you search with a domain like tonystark.io, Panabee sets a default for all future searches to use .io until you switch to another extension.
for basketball, dribbling speed, shot rotations, and shooting pocket passes will be cool new metrics enabled by future tech. for tennis, racquet speed and number of sweet spot shots. for baseball, bat speed. many more. can’t wait to create this one day.
a common startup misunderstanding is that companies in a rapidly growing market compete in a zero-sum game. not all markets are like social and exhibit winner-take-all properties. in some, the initial market leader could lose share to incoming incumbents, yet all could thrive.
tesla is starting to automate car manufacturing, and while far from perfect, the company seems to be making progress. is automation possible for smartphone manufacturing, or are there elements of the process that render automation intractable?
risk profile is not the only reason tech entrepreneurs tend to skew young. the more you age, the more opportunities for adversity you encounter, which often erode open-mindedness and optimism in many people.