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4) Minimum Viable Product

There’s a lot of talk about how great MVPs are for validating assumptions and not so much about how to actually do it. Here’s our white…


Gosh, that email was short


Being the Dean of Fitzroy GSD this year means 2015 is going to disappear real damn fast. I don’t have heaps of time for these things:

  • Coffee / lunch meetings: Can a 5 - 10 minute phone call cover it?
  • Long emails: A respectfully short one will suffice.
  • App pitches: Just email me your pitch deck! ☺

The Promo Bay, Reimagined


Update: 18th Feb, 2015:
Since the shutdown a few months ago, we’ve not heard anything from TPB headquarters, and haven’t been able to put anything on the home page


The moment I realised university doesn’t work

From rage-quitting the lecture theatre to starting a local alternative to university education 

Publications edited by Will Dayble

A series about launching a startup, from inception through to exit strategy

About how we busy ourselves


Women In Tech

How a small tech startup is asking ourselves the difficult questions


A few months ago, my co-founder and I (two blokes) made the decision that our…


Busyness

In Middle English, business was the ‘state of being much occupied or engaged’. In late Old English it meant ‘what one is about at the moment’. When did it…


If we’re going by opinions, let’s use mine. Otherwise, let’s look at the data.

I would like to believe that in the coming years a new job title will become as…


Creativity & Toilets

The suffering & suffrage of the professional creative


Practical creativity 101


5) Brand Co-creation

Branding can be scary territory for first-time entrepreneurs. Ditto strategy. In this issue I’ll look at one way to solve both problems at the…


4) Minimum Viable Product

There’s a lot of talk about how great MVPs are for validating assumptions and not so much about how to actually do it. Here’s our white…


3) Freakin’ Do It


“Doing is the best kind of thinking. They teach you to think a lot in school, but I think it's a little bit uh... overrated.”