Caution: excessive stereotyping in this post! People quote Skype ad Nauseam when talking about category changing models from Europe. It’s time for the new generation to come up with businesses that actually take advantage of the unique makeup of Europe and show that we’ve got it. I’ve been looking at the various European grant and […]
I was reading [this great post by Tom Tunguz](http://tomtunguz.com/social-disambiguation) on the tube and realized one thing: apple doesn’t get the ‘community’ aspect nailed in their software because they don’t have the culture and values across their customers like our other great social products do. Reddit, tumblr, soundcloud, Instagram – all amazing social products have their […]
I really love my cameras. I put a lot of hours into learning to use them, figuring out particularities, buying lenses and filters, etc. I am by no means a prosumer or even expert, but I know a little bit about taking pictures, composition, and aperture, exposure, blablabla. In high school, we had a very […]
My life consists of making intros to various people – for better or worse. I love connecting dots, so it’s a lot of fun and often rewarding, but it can also be lots of back and forth. In the series of “posts that originally were emails I wrote at least 5 times in the last […]
Got asked about this twice in the past week – here are two very good videos about basic startup metrics and their application to your business. Dave McClure at Seedcamp 2009 about “startup metrics for pirates”, a talk he has given in lots of places. It’s a good and fun overview of what you should […]
I moved to London a little bit more than a year ago, and I fell in love with it right away. In the beginning, I was intimidated when I walked from our office through Regent Street to the Oxford Circus Tube stop – I couldn’t stop being amazed by the expensively dressed, very busy and […]
Boring, i know. Thanks a lot to Manuel Gruber for the interview – was a lot of fun. I am looking forward to the final movie.