- n an amateur who engages in an activity without serious intentions and who pretends to have knowledge
- n any of numerous shallow-water ducks that feed by upending and dabbling
- Prince Ludovico Chigi Albani della Rovere, 85, Grand Master of the Knights of Malta, hereditary "Marshal of the Conclave" at which Popes are elected, dabbler in science (he was .
- Although Author Menchin, a Wall Street financial writer and dabbler in testacy, punningly complains that will writing is "a dying art," this collection of "wills, odd and .
- Some of the Wall Street analysts who follow the firm dismissed him as a half-informed dabbler.
News & Articles
- 12 Mistakes Start-Ups Make the First Year
From going out too much to having too many founders, here's what you've been doing wrong. When you write and read about start-ups all day long, you see founders make a lot of mistakes. As an observer of and dabbler in start-ups, I've kept track of all the things I'd try to avoid as an entrepreneur. Here are the most common mistakes early stage start-ups and new founders make: 1. Getting press ...
June 24, 2013 - Inc Magazine
- 12 Common Mistakes Startups Make In Their First Year
When you write and read about startups all day long, you see founders make a lot of mistakes. As an observer of and dabbler in startups, I've kept track of all the things I'd try to avoid as an entrepreneur.
June 24, 2013 - Business Insider
- Mike Cote's Business Editor's Notebook Start-up keeps online local
It took a little while, but Allison Grappone has made the transition from weekend dabbler to full-fledged entrepreneur with the launch of Nearby Registry, an online shopping site that supports local merchants.
June 23, 2013 - New Hampshire Union Leader