I've been reading a lot of material lately on entrepreneurship, from foundation to funding to marketing. One of the best resources on entrepreneurship that I've used is Stanford University's Entrepreneurship Corner, which is part of the Stanford Technology Ventures Program. It is a collection of videos and podcasts by technology leaders on a wide range of topics associated with entrepreneurship. Right now I'm listening to a talk by Mark Suster called "Honest Advice on Starting a Company", which touches on some interesting points on the day-to-day running of a startup, the issue of fund-raising, and the importance of bootstrapping (which goes against the common Silicon Valley startup mindset).
I've started a new category called Business Toolbox that will contain startup-related material that I'm reading. Hopefully they will serve as resources for those considering the same path.