If you’re on the lookout for startup news, resources, and communities, then there are two recently launched sites that are worth taking a look at.

  • Startupping - Startupping, created by Mark Fletcher, is focused on taking “the mystery out of starting and running an Internet company and to share in the experience of doing so.” The site has a blog, which already contains some good interviews with well-known entrepreneurs, discussion forums on law, marketing, events, and more, and a blog aggregator that will help you follow what angel investors, VC’s and entrepreneurs are up to.

  • Y Combinator Startup News - Paul Graham and YCombinator created this site because they don’t believe there is another news aggregator out there with enough focus on startup-related material, and more importantly, as an area for potential startup founders to form a community and voice their opinions. I’m hoping this site succeeds since I’m always on the lookout for entrepreneurial/startup articles, and Digg, Del.icio.us, and Reddit don’t quite fill that niche.

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  1. Jake Scott · 4 years ago

    Greetings from NZ, another site I find useful is ReadWriteWeb. Of course you probably know all about it as it says that it was designed by particle tree! Good to see some people in New Zealand up with the play.

  2. RL · 4 years ago

    Another site to check out is startuplounge.com. It is an Atlanta, GA. USA based web site although applicable to most startups. Thanks for all your wonderful information.