Whenever I fly, I have this weird, impossible Matrix-like feeling of being a super secret agent going on a mission. Mind you, I do fly quite a bit, and I am not even close to doing anything secret (or super). I love this feeling though, because for some reason being wedged into a flying (!) […]
Careful: boring blogpost about my year ahead. I’ve spent the past two weeks at home, in Germany. I finally had some time to wind down, relax a little, and read. I haven’t managed to come even close to my goal of 80% couch time, but it’s all good. As everyone, I’ve had a bunch of […]
I got several emails after Seedcamp Ljubljana from entrepreneurs who were looking for advice and mentoring. Apart from direct advice, the most common question was “where can I get mentorship and advice in my home town?” I copy pasted this 3 times, and I think it’s a great, if not the only real way to […]
I was fortunate enough to be invited by Salim Virani, the main thinker behind the LeanCamp movement in London, to join a LeanCamp session at the NextWeb Conference in Amsterdam last week. Salim promised… a fast-paced, multi-faceted conference track, emulating the Leancamp unconference experience, exploring the world of Lean, Agile and Design-led business. …and so […]
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I bought a Kindle about a month ago, and it was the best gadget purchase in a long while. I read about a hundred pages per day on it, because I take it everywhere (and I always think “it’s awesome” when I see it lying on my table). I actually pre-ordered it when it was […]
I was in Kiev last week, representing Seedcamp at the Investor Day Central and Eastern Europe. Besides seeing this beautiful city for the first time (autumn colours, wide roads, and impressive Soviet-era buildings), the trip was well worth it. I was to give a keynote at IDCEE about the emerging models of early stage financing (think super […]