Dick Costolo gave a really raw, heartfelt talk about Feedburner, venture capital fund raising and venture capital. I won’t dwell on it here, but even though I’ve never worked directly on anything with Dick, we’ve had an amazing exchange of ideas and conversation over the years. Someday I hope I can take that relationship to […]
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The following is a brief summary of the session that Former Feedburner folks Matt Shobe and John Zeratsky (I need to spend some time with that guy sometime) put on at TECH cocktail Conference 08. Without further delay, here’s their tips on designing with users in mind! Be Yourself – informal, fun Be Fast – the […]
TECH cocktail CONFERENCE 08 in Chicago got started with Mike Domek, after which the guys from Threadless gave a simple and fun session with some practical insight… Problems Scaling…printers, vendors, etc Inventory is hard…. The Internet is Serious Business Dealing with problems that we are not prepared to deal with… (can be an advantage too) Advantages […]
During my recent Dell communications, I performed a Google blog search on – Dell Inspiron 1505 hinges Please focus on the second item: At the time that entry was still in Google blog search, it reached to a dead link. Why is Dell censoring and deleting information about these Inspiron line issues? Do they have […]
Good luck to him, I’d like to think that this might change the current dynamics I’ve recently laid out, but based on his background, I won’t get my hopes up…but oh my this AP story (link gone now) certainly raises questions about why Dell is nickel and diming customers if they can allocate this signing bonus and […]
I’ll keep this short. It’s not about me, it’s about *you*, my friends around the world who create a business network that empower me to reach people and accomplish things that I could never do all on my own. To all of you who practice the words below, I love you and thank you for […]
Dell has not fixed the design flaws and workmanship quality issues of my poorly built laptop Insiron 1505. They instead have chosen to play word games like they have with thousands other victims of Dell Inspiron purchases. Just Wednesday night I met two more Dell Inspiron quality victims when attending a local meetup group on a different […]
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