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- Top Five Suggestions For Entrepreneurs From IDEO
- The best vesting schedule
- Founder Dilution
- Founder Agreements - Vesting, Vesting and more Vesting
- Monitoring Redis with MONITOR and WireShark
- Metcalfe's Law: more misunderstood than wrong?
- Excited to join my friends @Accomplices in funding @thefuturescore: a simple way to help both the climate and your… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 1 week ago
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- To become the market leader in a huge market, first become the market leader in a (ideally fast-growing) niche market. 5 months ago
- I keep talking to startups that claim to be the leaders in large markets while having less than 1% market share. By… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 5 months ago
- There is no market leadership without market share leadership. 5 months ago
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Tag Archives: Life
I am not a fan of ideologies. Inflexibility of thinking or the ability to take reality into account rarely leads to great outcomes. Just look at history. Methodologies, on the other hand, I like. The difference between the two is in … Continue reading
A thoughtful post from my friend Brian Shin, founder/CEO of Visible Measures.
Sometimes getting the meta-data wrong can lead to unpredictable results as demonstrated at Café del Doge in Palo Alto.
We’ve been trying to save some trees by reducing the amount of junk mail we receive. Most junk mail never made it into our house–the recycling bins are in the garage. My wife started using CatalogChoice to stem the flood … Continue reading
I frequently find myself wanting to look at a few web pages while I’m w/o Net access, for example, when I’m on a plane. I’m heading out on a three-day trip tomorrow and so I quickly hacked together a tool … Continue reading
As a kid I used to like exothermic reactions quite a bit, especially the ones that happened very, very quickly. However, I didn’t have access to that much dynamite. Or whales, for that matter.
…and a cheers for comebacks.
As a soccer fan, I just wish the New England Revolution were as good as the Sox and the Pats…