Git is a fast version control system. I am sure you are probably already familiar with it, but if you are not you can read about it on the official website here. Basically Git is a really useful way of backing up projects and saving ‘snapshots’ in the case where you might need to go…Read More Great video lessons on the basics of using Git version control
Note: Building a startup myself, I have heard a lot about the “chasm” that exists between aquiring your first early adopters versus attracting the early majority of your market. But, I have heard almost nothing about how to cross it. I hope this will help inspire some people to tell their stories. I read a great…Read More Crossing “the chasm” by telling your story
I recognize the “commandments” as summaries from the book Steve Jobs by Isaacson. It’s an interesting book, I would recommend reading it if you have the time. I wrote another post about some of the takeaways that I thought were worth sharing from the book. Overall it’s an interesting snapshot into the life of Steve…Read More The 10 commandments of Steve Jobs
I was reading some writing by blogger Jeff Goin who writes about writing. He was saying that social media is a two way street. It’s an unique opportunity to have a conversation with other people. But on blogs people write these complete thoughts, not offering room for conversation. I’ve been doing this! I love to write…Read More Are we missing an opportunity for a great conversation with Social Media?
I used to think that one guy (or girl) with a great idea could change the world. I’m an optimist, so I still believe it is possible, but my view is changing. I learned pretty early on in my job experience that if you believe you can do something, you can do it. When I…Read More Executing ideas: The power of one… great team
This weekend I became the owner of this 1982 Bianchi. As soon as I saw it I knew it needed the right home. I have not determined the exact model yet. However, I have a suspicion that it might have been either a custom build, do to the fact that it’s forks are chrome, or…Read More 1982 “Ferrari Red” Bianchi
Google is literally punishing sites for bad SEO habits. Not just black hat tactics, but all non-ethical spammy techniques. (The grey area stuff). On April 24th of this year Google unleashed the Penguins. Here’s a link to Google’s official announcement. Any serious Google update gets a name. There was Google Caffeine, when Google started to…Read More Don’t get punished for bad SEO
A few days ago I wrote an article about what the injection of funds to Facebook investors will mean for the startup community. Well, just a few days later, Facebook’s IPO stock price is falling and everyone is pointing fingers. The initial investors have a nice payout, they walk away happy, but at what cost?…Read More Facebook’s IPO Part 2: Another one bites the dust.
Facebook IPO officially went live a few minutes ago. Astonishingly, when businesses around the world are struggling to find financing, Facebook continues to soar, and people everywhere are talking about it. You can’t buy the kind of media attention and PR Facebook gets. What does this mean for the rest of the tech community? More…Read More Facebook’s epic IPO – Another one bites the dust.
I watched this Ted video tonight and I got excited because it touches on some of the ideas I have about creativity and analytical thinking. I actually wrote an article a few days ago on something similar. My thoughts were that perception of ourselves and of others locks people in as either analytical or creative. This…Read More How to restore your creative confidence: By David Kelley