An exploration of great products, and the people who make them.
Tech startups are wildly exciting. There’s no other way to put it.
One startup’s success and another startup’s dream.
I’ve recently read Execute which was written in an astonishing timeframe of just 8 days.
Scribbled by: @TheSteveMcGarry
Plus a bit about coauthoring a book, consulting, and more
Finding Business-Worthy Ideas
Being an entrepreneur without being a selfish prick
While listening to Jason Calacanis interview Bill Warner during a live TWiST taping, I heard Bill talk about his process for identifying…
a PSA from someone who isn’t even an iPhone user
4 Insights into Smarter Pricing Segmentation from the Auto Industry
I got the Job. My first project was to build a text messaging application that talks to Wolfram Alpha using the Twilio Api.
The minuscule details.
Finding my own “real” thing.
Trying to solve the old issue of dispersion
A few years ago, 37signals shared a great piece of advice in their book Getting Real… “Under-do your competition”.
You’re wrong until proven right. That’s the ugly truth of building a startup.
How I became obsessed with winning, learned the value of hard work, got into the web, escaped Yammer with a product development splinter…
As you had noticed on the previous post that presents this collection, my writing in English still being a mess.
Motion vs Action
Too much of the startup world focuses on the mechanics of starting a business.Whilst
Design Lessons From The Uncarved Block
A pretty visual design isn’t always important (or a good indication of quality)
The questions we should ask before we create a product
A Hungarian psychology professor once wrote to famous creators asking them to be interviewed for a book he was writing.
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