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Founders Dictionary

Founders have many problems, finding press, finding financing, finding a team. One problem non-business trained founders have is understanding the scene, the jargon and the language. For that we have created Founders Dictionary.

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I have discussed what idea is realizable in my spare time with a few friends and would love to add openideo collaborators. We hope to create a founders dictionary app that if successful will become a small moleskin pocket book. It will be a dictionary of startup terms and concepts as well as a roadmap of how to progress.
www.foundersdictionary.com

FEATURES:

          TEST BUILD Wordpress(April 2012)
          -    Design, Branding, site registration/hosting
          -    Google form to contribute. 
          -    Setup of twitter account @foundersd
          -    Ideas submitted via OpenIDEO.
          -    Establish Team to build and spread the idea


          FIRST BUILD Wordpress (May 2012)
          -   Browse Dictionary
          -   Submit a word as a blog post
          -   Automatic entry upon approval by moderators.
          -   Links to further info using icons Wikipedia, Amazon, Author's site....
          -   Related words
          -   Categories/Guides (Law, Finance, Media, Design.....)
          -   Word of the day / Recent Words submitted
          -   Comments on word to discuss/improve/correct/debate.
          -   Space to further contribute ideas to developing FoundersDictionary
          -   Newsletter style - Monthly Updates on words and emerging language.

How will your concept support web entrepreneurship?

Founder's dictionary will make it easier for non-business trained aspiring startup entrepreneurs (and as we are finding out, business trained people too! :) ) to access the information and concepts they need.

What kinds of resources will be needed to get this concept off the ground and scale it?

Time of core team below, to design and build site Ideas from the OpenIDEO community Partnerships with media organisations, entrepreneurs, accelerators and so on to spread the word and give social proof of which 'thenextweb.com' were approached in the conceptual phase and are very keen and excited. Revenue generated from App/Book will be put into expanding and improving Founder'sDictionary

How could we get started?

Step 1: Make a site to get feedback from friends, OpenIDEATORS and the general community. (Complete) Step 2: Build an efficient backend to really make the site work properly. (In progress) Step 3: Spread the word, partner with media, incubators, accelerators, councils, organisations to help get it out there. Step 4: Build a downloadable app Step 5. Allow Founder'sDictionary be built into other sites as a plugin. Step 6: Roll the presses, make a moleskin sized notebook for founders to own.

Virtual Team:

BUILD TEAM James McBennett - Designer, Web Development Harry Mylonadis - Designer Courtney Boyd Myers - Editor Antonis Varzakakos - Web Development Babis Manologlou - Web Development OpenIDEATORS who have contributed fantastic ideas and inspirations that have shaped the design and site build. James McBennett Anne-Laure Fayard Meena Kadri Paul Reader Tom Hulme Amy Bonsall Haiyan Zhang Also a thanks to our first 5 Contributors during test build: (All OpenIDEATORS) Louise Wilson Ashley Jablow Paul van Zoggel Shazz Mark Jensen

Evaluation results

13 evaluations so far

1. How well does this concept address a significant pain point felt by European web start-ups?

This is a major pain point for European start-ups - 30.8%

This is a "nice to have" but not a serious pain point - 69.2%

I really don't know - 0%

2. How novel do you think the concept is?

Never seen it before - very novel! - 30.8%

This is common in some places but not in many parts of Europe - 7.7%

This is not novel but a good iteration - 61.5%

There are already other solutions out there that address this problem - 0%

3. How easy is this concept to implement and maintain?

It could be implemented quickly and easily maintained - 61.5%

It could be implemented quickly but will require regular updates to ensure it is accurate and relevant - 30.8%

It is a big undertaking and would need a lot of support and cooperation from people and organisations to make it happen and to maintain it - 7.7%

4. What type of organisation is best placed to take this forward?

The European Commission should own this one - 15.4%

This belongs with member state governments (e.g., the UK, Belgium, etc) - 7.7%

This is best being owned by a private company - 7.7%

This feels like a non-profit - 38.5%

This is a start-up itself! - 30.8%

5. Overall, how do you feel about this concept?

It rocked my world! - 61.5%

I liked it but preferred others - 23.1%

It didn’t get me overly excited - 15.4%

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I really like this idea. Somehow I was envisioning a tool like a visualthesaurus (http://www.visualthesaurus.com/) could also help in order to relate the words.

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Two great additions from the last week:

1. Add a game: Users test their knowledge improving their entrepreneurial vocabulary and at the end are asked to upload one word on a topic they know. via OpenIDEO's (Cansu and Louise)

2. Add experts: add a list of twitter handles, books, article links, videos for words that someone is an expert in. e.g. LeanStarup: See also: eric ries, leanstartup, leanstartupmachine, leancamp, Sal Virani, Rob Fitzpatrick,

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Point 2 from Mikko Jarvenpaa

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DeletedUser

Hi everyone. Thanks for the support and your comments.
I'm working on the design and branding of the site and solving the contribution challenge.
In which cases would you contribute a word? How can we make the contribution process easier?

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DeletedUser

I don't know if it's about making contributing easier so much as making sure that the contributed definitions are correct. Having a team of editors/moderators to oversee contributed definitions (like moderators on Wikipedia) would be ideal.

Another angle to contribution is requesting a word. What if I'm an entrepreneur and run into a word that I don't know and isn't in Founders' Dictionary? I should be able to request that a member of the community give a definition so other people aren't stuck in the same quandary as I.

The most plausible way that I'd contribute a word is if I were looking up a word and realized that a word that I was familiar with wasn't in the dictionary. Then I'd try and contribute a definition.

Note how the "request definition" feature could hasten the expansion of the dictionary -- if there was a sidebar on the site with the requested words (and a link to contribute their definitions), then people wouldn't have to look at the dictionary itself to contribute a definition. It's easy to see how this would make contributing definitions much easier and faster.

So far, you guys are looking great. Keep up the good work!

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Thanks Brett, Request definition is rethinking user contribution as currently the user has to submit a word and a definition which was on the homepage but is now changed to the homepage being more about the viewer not the contributor.

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Great Harry! I see you uploaded 30 new words! Awesome! I went to a lecture from a Y combinator guy today in London at Springboard (accelerator) and learnt about 'soft circle.' and 'convertible debt' Still picking up vocab all the time.

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Thanks for re-raising these issues, guys.
I am in complete agreement with Harry's suggestions and as a potential user (rather than contributor) I would really ultimately like a seamless approach to requesting definitions. That's why I suggested that a 'failed search' approach would be a natural way to collect words and terms not already in the dictionary.
The first step for a 'user' will be to use the search function - it should be fairly straightforward to provide a custom response (analogous to custom 404 error pages) and perhaps (as a unique feature) offer to email the definition if the user is prepared to leave their email address. This would make it an educational service - as a ICT trainer I am not an infallible source of information to my clients so I would often have to say "i don't know, but I will find out and let you know."
While such a service might not be entirely unique it would, I believe, be a means of retaining or regaining users who in the meantime may be forced to look elsewhere.
If Founder's Dictionary is to be monetized in some way this would contribute to a win-win situation.

At the back-end the word would then be added to the 'requested' list which might, as Harry suggests, appear as a sidebar list. It is difficult to know how big the 'requested' list will be at any given time but hopefully sufficiently small to be scanned "at a glance". Perhaps the 'failed searches' could provide visitors with a request or contribute option.

Another possibility might be to include requested terms in the browse lists (suitably highlighted). I guess there is a range of possibilities some or all of which might be incorporated.

As part of my 'learning experience' in website design and development I have been investigating Google custom searches and it appears relatively easy to create such an item, which could then be offered to any other web-based winning concepts from this challenge to incorporate into their sites, and perhaps more broadly too.

In my Wordpress based Open IDEATOR Resources prototype site I am creating a descriptive page for Founder's Dictionary linking it directly to the Founder's Dictionary site. As an example in the description I have created a direct link for the definition of Accrual.
Of course a custom search engine has to be generated at the Founder's Dictionary end but I would be very happy to trial install any custom search on my prototype site, as it will always be experimental in nature.

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DeletedUser

Thanks for the ideas! I will look at how we can implement a "request" mechanism.

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Product is looking really good!
As a potential user I might prefer a little more prominence for the search function but that is only a personal observation.

Looking forward to seeing this as a winning concept.

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agreed!

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DeletedUser

Paul, it's at the top of our list for the new interface

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Congratulations on sharing a winning concept! The EC is thrilled by your working prototype and thinks it is a great way to help raise the bar for all entrepreneurs.

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Congrats James both on the original idea and on the prototyped product hope they take it up as is and help in further development. Looking forward to the realisation of this concept as part of the whole suite of tools chosen in winning concepts.

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DeletedUser

We are a team at Wells College and we had combined this idea with the Start-up Wallet. What we did was create a book that included how to find financing and press and defined business terms, internet terms, and than added sections for the cost of starting the business and the required steps needed to create the website and make the business official.
We had set up the book with clear sections and dividers that are easy to read, easy to find and are clear cut instead of long passages.

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http://www.openideo.com/open/web-start-up/concepting/start-up-wallet/

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One of the plus points of this being a website rather than a book is that it would become a dynamic resource that can be continually updated. I think more web entrepreneurs would access a website than a book. What do others think?

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I think we all tell a story, and it should available across various mediums. For starting off, I think the web makes sense due to low costs and easy scalability.

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DeletedUser

The web would be easier to update and grow over time. It would be more similar to a Wikipedia type online dictionary. Printer-friendly pages could be created to allow users to print out terms/sections and keep in a binder of sorts. Maybe somewhere down the line users could create accounts and save terms, add their own notes and print if needed.

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@Meena. Yes a smart website could work better I think. Is anybody thinking about peoples incentive to keep data up to date?

@James, are you building from scratch the backend? There are tools out there which try to be wikipedia 3.0, mashing text and number calculations together you prob know about.

@Vanessa & Jessica. What about meet in the middle way : Have in the site a print on demand button to get your physical up to date copy from a cloud printing service?

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DeletedUser

The print on demand concept is a nice idea.

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@Paul I possibly need a good definition for back-end and may have used it incorrectly! :)

The guys are using wordpress and making a custom design whereas I used a theme.

Vanessa: Great point about personalisation,

I was thinking today about personalised to region as more long term plan, so UK one might advise about UK terms from law to SEIS, whereas Austrian one might have different schemes and different laws.

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Regionalisation is great, and necessary, inclusion in this process.
LawMaster has the same issues and the hope is that if such a concept is realised through EEC collaborative effort then perhaps it could lead to greater levels of process consolidation.and standardisation.

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WordPress sounds good to start with for now. I also hope the EEC is catching on, though from somewhere needs to come incentive to keep it alive. The EEC has databases and the only ones which stay up to date are the ones where you are legally binded to submit info.

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Yes - Founder's Dictionary is almost certain to make it through to realisation - after that agreement between OpenIDEO team and EEC will kick-in but I expect that becomes opportunity for developers and start-ups to partner for continued development and maintenance.

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To answer Meena's question, and in alignment's with most other comments, I think the web will allow collaboration, dynamic updates and it will be cheaper. However, I like the idea of being able of printer-friendly pages. Personalization would also matter (in particular regarding legal issues).

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By the way, talking about personalization, language would also be important to think of. Translating the dictionary will be important.

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Great point, A-L – especially as we are considering multi-lingual Europe on this challenge.

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Anne-Laure thanks for the point. In my notes for the next version. I believe the web is the main platform and having a printed version of a specific category (or someone's contributions) via print-on-demand gives a sense of ownership.

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DeletedUser

This concept addresses inclusion of non-digital/business idea innovators in a moderately simple fashion. It appears certainly to be user-friendly and adaptable according to users need. Well done!

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On the next build think that the homepage should be the dictionary and various options for contribution are made easy as opposed to now where the homepage is the contribution page and you navigate away to find the dictionary.

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I notice there is a (non-active) link to startuplawyer dot com - is this intended as sponsorship or advertising?

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what is a non active link? The definitions from startuplawyer.com should be linked. It is not sponsorship or advertising, just where the word came from.

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ahh I understand - its just a point of reference not intended to be a link to the commercial legal practice startuplawyer dot com

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DeletedUser

This is a super cool tool. I have seen attempts to do that in the past but so complicated that it just never took off. Your is simple yet powerful.

Your challenge will be to get people contributing and then driving attention then growing traffic etc. :) You know that. Here a few thoughts:

1) Make sure everybody who is contributing is exposed as a contributor. In sort of a "Hall of fame"
2) Give points to contributor. Each contribution - say - 10 points. The more points the higher up in the Hall of fame.
3) Allow visitors to actually value the content - again very simple 'like' to ranking and rating - way to complicated. Each like gives another 10 points to the author.
4) Humans are competitive, so Authors will ask friends to like the content - that creates traffic. :)
5) At some point you will worry about financing the hosting, traffic etc. You may get sponsors such as law firms, consultants, recruiter, banks etc. to sponsor it.
6) In order to make it more social, provide a vanity URL for each contributor - make sure I get www.foundersdictionary.com/Axels and the more likes I get for my contribution the higher I rank as an expert for entrepreneurs. That gives you also the entrance to be featured on XeeMe, where we help over 250 social media companies to gain more attention :) http://xeeme.com/smdir

Need a board member? Happy to chat -ha ha ha

Axel
http://XeeMe.com/AxelS

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Great points! mail me: jamesmcbennett @ gmail.com

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Main challenge now is how to motivate people to submit words. any ideas?

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Also if anybody knows further sources/repositories of words such as Startuplawyer as Tom mentioned or Investopedia Amy mentioned, would love to know...

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Although I have only built a couple of hypothetical links into the mock-up for James Moyer's LawMaster concept the intention was that if any of the other concepts here are realised that they have some prominent links to Founder's Library incorporated.
During the Social Impact challenge we decided that a resources page (or something similar) be incorporated in the OpenIDEO platform - a permanent link to Founder's Dictionary could be incorporated as one of the resources - it would prove useful for those who are unfamiliar with terms raised as challenges proceed I'm second guessing without looking at FD while I write this that 'failed searches' would generate an option to request inclusion.

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Like 'Failed Searches' option.

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Just seemed logical to me that if someone is looking they would like to find it there - maybe an option to email the new definition when included as an incentive to continue using the service.

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Hi James,
Sorry to butt in and repeat myself - Is there any prospect of providing a custom search engine for Founder's Dictionary that could be built in to the apps for other concepts like James Moyer's LawMaster ( http://www.openideo.com/open/web-start-up/concepting/eliminating-the-lawyer-with-an-intelligent-flowchart-based-legal-website/ ) and Priyanka's Matching application ( http://www.openideo.com/open/web-start-up/concepting/connecting-entrepreneurs-and-experts/ ).
I realise that is not possible in the build of the Founder's Dictionary itself - but it would be enormously useful to be able to highlight a term in one of these other places then do a one-click or two-click look-up in Founder's Dictionary - any term not found could then be submitted for moderated inclusion. (An alternative might be a browser add-in)

My reason for repeating my question is that in developing a simulation for LawMaster I have promoted the possibility of doing such look-ups.

I really only need an opinion on whether it would be feasible.

I really like your latest suggestion for regionalisation too

Cheers

Paul

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Definitely, but not on the first build. I think the idea is fantastic, but to get started we want a primitive dictionary that works. The step after is to worry about all the cool stuff that may come......

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Thanks - that's all I need at the moment.
I just regularly look for ways in which concepts might link to and/or complement one another.

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Just interested if anybody in London is interested in meeting up for coffee to further brainstorm the concept, contribute words and so on.

(Going to GALondon tonight for first time which I think is above IDEO London office, if anybody is around from IDEO, come up to say hi!)

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Hey James, just saw this. Sorry we missed you - feel free to pop in and say hello next time you're in the neighborhood!

Thrilled to see how much the dictionary has progressed over the course of the challenge. Do you have a sense now of the areas that you're missing words / definitions for? We could make a push with the community and build up. It would be great (in a future rev) to also allow people to comment / discuss definitions. As with many things there are no doubt nuances for many words that would be fun to see hashed out. A living dictionary :)

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Hey Amy, I live/work within ten minutes walk at my student residence just off Gray's Inn rd., but will give a shout next time I go to a GALondon event. http://www.fabsie.com is what I am working on the rest of the time.

The dictionary is not yet active as the developers (Antonis/Babis) are making it work more automatically with wordpress which i'm told is almost done. So as soon as that green light goes, we can populate it and drive/push words into it which will benefit from a large and active early contributor community.

As entries will essentially be wordpress posts, the comments option will be included as certain words may not be so easily defined or the first submitted definition may not be the best and so on.....

It has been extremely exciting and educational for me to have the project progress this far of which I hope this momentum continues....

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Great idea and design James!

I would love to see a stream of latest words submitted and perhaps numbers next to each of the letters to indicate number of words contributed...

Maybe even FB connect so submitters can attach their photos next to words...

Ha! lots to think about. Let me know if you need any help.

Cheers!

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Could do with your help indeed!

Learning website design as I go as opposed to knowing exactly what I am doing. I did like the idea of using collapsing words see http://www.foundersdictionary.com/p/ and http://www.foundersdictionary.com/v/ but it's not great for search and is manually done and therefore probably needs a much better solution.

Made this site on wordpress, but would love to hear any ideas about how you think this site should progress from a backend perspective.

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Great start James - would phrases or compound nouns be possible too - I'm thinking, perhaps a trivial example, "bottom line" - the individual words are largely irrelevant but together they have a specific meaning.

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Definitely including compound words. At a one Conf. At no and not much spare time.

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Wow – great start on the website! Perhaps you'd like to add it to your actual concept post, mentioning it's a work-in-progress – and elicit further discussion?

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James, the website looks great! I like Meena's idea to invite the conversation on the website...

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Thanks Meena/Anne-Laure,
Website coders in Greece have the backend working, now integrating and the site will be working shortly. I have mentioned all the advice from OpenIDEO. I totally agree with your point Meena, hopefully can do that too.

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Great to know you're flexing some Euro muscle during the refinement phase!

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Hi James, another quick thought as I saw your comments about providing a road map as well. Maybe there will be the possibility to link / associate different words. If you are looking for a word at the financing phase, maybe suggest future steps that would be involved... Just a thought.

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Hi James, Haiyan, Meena, AL, and everyone else -

James Moyer has (what I regard as) a great idea for a 'legal' wizard/flowchart interactive website
( http://www.openideo.com/open/web-start-up/concepting/eliminating-the-lawyer-with-an-intelligent-flowchart-based-legal-website/ ).
That is well beyond my capacity to even begin developing however, what would be really cool for his website would be a direct search link to Founder's Dictionary.
What I am envisaging is two things -
1. Certain difficult terms in the 'legal' website could be highlighted and have direct links to their definitions in Founder's Dictionary - thereby saving duplicating resources. I think that might be straightforward.hard coding as the site is constructed; and
2. A user in the 'legal' website could themselves highlight a term they are not familiar with, then initiate a Founder's Dictionary search for that term (phrase etc.). This would, I guess, be more difficult but perhaps designers of such websites might be able to incorporate a Founder's Dictionary specific search engine.
This could possibly also apply to Priyanka's Match-up application.
( http://www.openideo.com/open/web-start-up/concepting/connecting-entrepreneurs-and-experts/ ).

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Oops- just another quick thought - perhaps alternatively or additionally a browser add-in/extension might be possible to allow anyone to have such a Founder's Dictionary search engine in their browser with the option to submit terms for inclusion from unsuccessful searches.

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Keep going – way to go on prototyping.

Swing by our Web Start-up Challenge Refinement Phase Announcement: http://bit.ly/startup-shortlist + the Lowdown on Refinement: http://bit.ly/oi_refine for more tips!

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I'm going to need to have a look at this http://www.annedorko.com/blog/setting-up-wordpress-as-a-dictionary-site using blog posts as dictionary entries.

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This looks an interesting link too - for all sorts of purposes.

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I love this James - it will be a fantastic resource

It might be worth scraping some existing domain specific glossaries too to get it going, for example this legal one: http://startuplawyer.com/startup-law-glossary

We could enable people subsequently to edit and even translate it as Sarah did with her OpenTRANSLATE project?
http://www.openideo.com/open/impact/realisation/realisation-project-opentranslate-video/

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Coming form a communication strategy perspective – it'll also be relevant to think about the tone of voice for the dictionary. Do you envision it to be authoritative or more flippant like this: http://www.udemy.com/blog/founders-dictionary/? Whatever you decide can be used to sculpt submissions into a cohesive voice for the eventual output.

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Thanks Tom + Meena, great to have your support!

Startuplawyer and opentranslate are both excellent sources.

Had a look a Udemy site a while ago, found it a bit of fun, but not particularly useful. I think the tone should not be overtly serious in the same way many founders don't wear suits, nor do designers, but should be useful.

Site is up: www.foundersdictionary.com ----Lots more to come! Will populate it this weekend and edit the text above.

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Great concept James - hope people can add meanings for acronyms and abbreviations too!
I will add an explanation and link to it from my prototype OpenIDEATOR Resources site too
( http://www.experiment.vacau.com/ )

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Thanks for getting this going, James. Love the fact that you're prototyping now and involving the community! Looking forward to seeing how it develops.

One site I find useful that might be inspirational is http://www.investopedia.com/

I wonder if a second stage could involve peer supported discussion, ala http://www.quora.com/ I suspect there will be certain terms that beg for a bit of a conversation (e.g., seed funding - how to get the best terms).

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Thanks Amy! great suggestions...

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My brother just suggested to look at investopedia too.

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Love this James! I just submitted a couple of words via the Google doc you set up, but then managed to track down your official website too! http://www.foundersdictionary.com/ Nice work on testing this out during Concepting :)

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Thanks for submission! Uploading words now, (although will probably have to change backend around later....)

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Congrats on this post being today's onsite Featured Concept!

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Fantastic, thanks OpenIDEO!

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Have started form for people to submit entries, we will post words already submitted in the paragraph below the header.

http://j.mp/HnupM6

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Added the word I WISH I had known before making the embarrassing mistake of asking who 'Jason' was when everyone was talking abuser JSON ;-). Fantastic idea, James. So down to earth and helpful to all. Please get it up on a crowd sourcing site ASAP so I can contribute!

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Ps I'd love to know which are the most common words that get submitted!

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New word to me, I too was wondering who Jason is? My dad still wants to meet TED no matter how many times I explain there is no TED in-person....

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and thanks Louise for First submission!

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Way to go, James. So over the next 3 weeks in the Concepting phase, would be great for folks to discuss some of the not so obvious things they'd think could be included. And maybe you want to give us some notion of content for a couple of entries? Looking forward to seeing this idea grow!

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thx meena! We will start with Google docs. http://j.mp/HnupM6 Look forward to excited things people think should be in the app/book.

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Smooth, James! Make sure you add the link to your actual post too so folks don't miss it. (also the second link – vocab list – on the form seems broken?)

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fixed, link has a hyphen at end....
added links above.

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DeletedUser

James, I love this idea. I think that this app would be a great aid for founders.The crowdsourcing element gives new start ups the resources they need to learn about new concepts and ideas.