I just returned from my 5th SXSW. Relative to some folks, I'm still a SXSW n00b, and to others I'm a veteran. As a frame of reference, my first year was the year AFTER Twitter was the break-out hit there; admittedly, I was a part of the "change" at SXSW that people bemoan. What are people bemoaning and what can SXSW do to ensure their long-term brand stays strong? People are bemoaning that SXSW's ratio of "
I used to think how you "changed the World" was the most important question for a startup venture looking for commercial success. Looking back, I don't think I was right. Twitter, Wordpress, Blogger, Reddit... these Internet services have fundamentally changed the way the world works. None of these will make the most money in their class. I believe the World is an incredibly different place now due to the freedom of blogs and speed of dissemination created by Twitter.
I told my Letterly subscribers first: A few weeks ago, I left AnyClip to pursue something new and exciting. The story of how I came to Co-Found AnyClip and why I decided to leave it is a long one, but mostly it revolves around one man: Aaron Cohen. Aaron is one of the Internet's Epic Entrepreneurs, and has been a leader in the NY early stage scene since really the dawn of the commercial Internet.
I’m about fed up with my bike, and would buy one from someone if the price was low enough. Comment below if you have one you’re trying to get rid of. my bike it’s heavy and creaks a lot. having a beater is overrated!
If you can't wait until a few days from now, I can invite you to Joost. Just comment below using your email address, and I'll get you an invite.
This is what I found when visiting an article on CNET today:(click to enlarge) In case you didn't see the irony at first glance, check out what the "Hottest story" was today. Headline: "Solar flare heads toward Earth" Yeah, I'd say that's pretty hot. Here's the story.
"I love beer. Beer, beer, beer. Here it goes down, down into my belly..." -Me, about 2am last Saturday/Sunday. "Beer is proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy." -Benjamin Franklin, 1am sometime a few centuries ago. I can't say much could have gone better on Saturday night for our little brew pub tour of the East Village. We had beer and I got a cute girl's number.