Over at Cute-Fight, we’ve completely revamped the fighter profile pages.
This, I hope, will remind people that the business plans of the startups they use are, indeed, their business. They should find out how the company is making money now and what their plans are in the future. They can then make an educated decision whether to participate or not. They can also judge the company by how well they keep their word.
We’re thrilled to announce Cute-Fight’s newest venue, the ultimate cage match, the Twitterrific Thunderdome!
We just released the biggest update to Cute-Fight since launch and we’re pretty excited about it. New photo pages, spiffier member profiles, top fighters, new badges and trophies, and lots of other bits and bobs are afoot.
On Halloween, in the dead of night, when everything was at its spookiest, we launched the site! Cute-Fight is now live and open to the public at cute-fight.com.
Cute-Fight is currently in private alpha. That means the whole site is locked behind a password, and you have to request an invitation to join. People often think that a private alpha is just cover for an unfinished product, but that’s wrong. A private alpha is an experiment with a specific goal. And like any good experiment, it starts with a hypothesis, and failure is a valid result.
When is that last time you felt completely irreplaceable at your job? Like the company’s life or death depended on you doing your very best work?
Most startups fail, so you might as well spend the time working on something you enjoy, just in case you succeed.
The best part about skating to where the puck is, is that, when it works, your community will tell you where they’re going. You don’t have to guess. You’re building something together.
Cute-Fight is designed to be surprising, adorable, and most of all fun. It’s full of amusing random delights. The web feels so damn serious these days. We just want a place that makes people smile.
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