The killer business: paper models?

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This is a departure from my usual tech-focused videos. In Phoenix, Ariz., at an entrepreneurs’ conference, I met Lon Safko who told me about his business, PaperModels, Inc.. You’ll find this business to be really incredible. He makes money without having any inventory, nor any employees.

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  2. Sean Tierney Says:

    Lon is great - his paper model biz is pure genius. I had an opportunity to do an interview with him as well and he went in-depth on how he developed the speech recognition technology that later became the Dragon Naturally Speaking product. That audio interview is here->


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