I had an idea recently to create a website where I put together a curated list of books, podcasts, conferences, websites, tools and people that would be useful to founders.
It would be kind of like Wikipedia for entrepreneurship. For example, if you viewed the page for the Startups for the Rest of Us podcast, there would be an associated Rob Walling page and Mike Taber page. I would say that if you like Startups for the Rest of Us, maybe you’d like Bootstrapped with Kids and Smart Passive Income.
Unlike Wikipedia, everything would be from my personal perspective and I would include my own subjective opinions. A dry presentation of facts would be boring and not super helpful, I think. It would actually be almost more of a review site than an encyclopedic site.
Obviously, the maintenance of this resource could turn into a colossal undertaking, but let’s not focus on that for now. What I’m curious about is whether people would find this valuable.
This idea stems from my own desire to discover podcasts, books, etc. that are worth my time.
Would you find this valuable?