Looking at the current landscape of tech giants, from Facebook to Google, from Stripe to Intel, it is almost impossible to imagine they can ever be out-spent or out-competed.- Whilst they might seem unstoppable – with the sheer brain power they employ and the almost bottomless stash of cash they command, it is reassuring that every giant has its weaknesses.
For the last 15 years I’ve maintained a list of ideas to build – things that both excite me and improve the world.
It seems popular, these days, for coaches and consultants to talk about ‘continuous learning’ or the ‘learning organisation’.
We are working on an experimental mobile based social photography app called Snaptime and we have an ambitious plan to have it on the various app stores by the 1st of February so that people can start to play with it and help us learn what it does [and should do] for them.
3 amazing things happened this week First – the fundraising target for my Long Walk on Camino de Norte was reached in less than 24 hours.
TL;DR Web Summit was a major experience. There were a lot of people – the organisers claim 42,000 people were in attendance – and it felt it.
Sharing is… a babysitting circle When my wife was growing up, her parents – like many young parents of the day – needed to organize childcare.
I read the post that Fab.com’s CEO – Jason Goldberg – published on his Tumblr site and I sought and failed to find a way to comment directly on the post.
If you are using Lean Startup to build your startup, you’ll know the importance of validating the problem you are trying to solve with people who actually have that problem.