Things written by the @makeshift team and friends.
You turned me into a writer
On becoming a non-yes-man
Startup founders sharing what they’ve learnt
Balancing technical leadership with writing code
Can you commit to doing something every day in 2014?
If we hire based on hackathon attendance, who are we potentially filtering out, and what does that say?
Which child gets the pink beaker?
So don’t worry if you have the idea fear
Why “just do one thing” was probably the best advice I’ve received. Because I’ve totally ignored it.
I’ve been making up bed-time stories for my kids.Could imagination and improvisation prepare them (and me) for the modern world?
I do hacks. Tiny prototypes for digital things that I show to people quickly.
The Web will only be for everyone when we can say that it’s from everyone too
Some people demand signed non-disclosure agreements before they will tell you their idea. I’m not one of them any more and here’s why.
Or, why startups and barbershops rule
Could making a prototype be better than using words and pictures to communicate your idea?
What I’ve learned from my first month writing on Medium
Why I gave up listening to mainstream news so I could concentrate on things that matter
Can you make happy accidents happen more often?
How just doing the first, tiny part of your idea can help you find out what you need to do to really make it a big idea
The right course of action might be to stop what you’re doing, and regain your biggest asset – yourself.
Is seeking a state of flow what work is really about?
I’ve written to my UK Member of Parliament about new opt-out internet filtering proposals aimed at protecting children
How long working hours don’t help you in the long term
Today we’re really excited to share our latest product with you — HireMyFriend.
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