Recently, I have been reading a lot of paul graham’s essays. His articles make opening a startup a breeze.
What bothers me is that the majority of the people don’t live in a silicon valley type of environment. Also, they can’t afford to go there either as they have other commitments like school, college, jobs, etc.
The fact is, we need more firms like Y combinator in every city. Also, political support is needed for startups to grow and take root.
Then, in a few years we can probably expect startups like airbnb, loopt, etc to grow organically and attract other startups, VCs, angel investors, etc.