Its me Larry Chiang. HI!!
I help Engineers ONLY to launch, debut and premier their Startup for not a lot of money. Its in my class ENGR 145.
You see, when I was an engineering undergrad that made Dean's list, got an acadmic scholarship, won Elmendorf Engineer Award, Silver Award for Engineering and graduated with 30% more credit hours than was required...
...I got access to over $300,000 in resources. Free.
I got them from my mentor: Mark McCormack. He helped me reverse engineer the need for VC.
At SXSW, I am inviting undergrad engineers and fresh engineering grads ('10 or '12) to experience ENGR 145.
Engineering (ENGR) 145 is a class I teach at Stanford University in Palo Alto, California. Its focus is Technology Entrepreneurship. Its application is the execution of tactical practical street smarts applied vis a via my signature 'Gua Gua Guacamole' method-- yeah I made that up.
How much does it cost?!
Here is where it gets surreal. I pay you the engineer. You see, I wanna acceleratedly network with cs majors to get you your ROI for your degree after you spend about 60 minutes with me. I am retardedly audacious like that.
If you're an LAS or econ major, you're not invited. Seriously, bug off and stop reading. Sorry, but this is for ENGINEERS ONLY.
Pre-rolling, pre-promotion and pre-paring is critical as an engineer... So, before you step foot in Austin Texas for the tech conference SXSW Interactive guarantee your badge's ROI by reading how SXSW can be launched at on a shoestring budget, for $880, or $217, or $460... I will be event secretary-ing.
This is why I will fly you out to SXSW if you took my Engineer 145 class (or will commit to taking it this summer of 2012)
Startups Robert Scoble (and me) interviewed at last year's 2011 SXSW Preview at Stanford.
Plot spoiler: these were huge success at SXSW
Who will be this year's SXSW winners? RSVP and Find out. And email me, the event secretary, to apply email = larry @WhatTheyDon't TeachYouAt StanfordBusinessSchool dot com
Jk, its larry @duck9. But put your cell in the subject line or I will never see it
Larry Chiang guacamole and catch yourself up. Careful there-- the rabbit hole goes very very deep
PPS I said Goggle because google wanted people (tier one bloggers) to stop using their name . Yes, you will learn Trademark use and encroachment from the man who mentored me. No Not Mark McCormack. Carl Oppedahl!! Carl Opeedahl. Trademark genius