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Not many use Google+? What stat backs that up?
1 year, 9 months ago on Google Mine (if it’s real) could be the best or the worst thing to happen to the sharing economy
The problem was simple. Customer acquisition for small business is gosh darn expensive. And talking doing sales to mom and pop shops is also expensive.
2 years ago on Groupon may be the ultimate goat right now, but mark my words: We’ll see a Groupon 2.0
Sarah, B&N got the early adoption - they just haven't held on. That' not because the new supply chain rules are less than magical. It's because of competition innovating on features and price.
Why buy a Nook over a Nexus 7 for the same price? Just get the Nexus, and download the Nook reader.
B&N needs to continue to use that magical supply chain and innovate new products. The market demands it.
2 years, 2 months ago on Why hardware startups should pay attention to the Nook’s decline
Timeline is a huge innovation for Facebook. There's nothing else like it out there.
2 years, 2 months ago on The real reason Facebook should worry. (Hint: It’s not privacy, Wall Street, or terms of service)
Tech makes things more efficient. Humans have been used to handle inefficient work. Now we'll have to move up the ladder and handle the work that the machines can't do.
A teen won't be needed to sell tickets. But now she'll be free to make themed popcorn, or personally find you a seat in a crowded theater, or simply greet you and a date with a smile. The human stuff.
2 years, 2 months ago on Movie tickets, machines, and the remaking of the American part-time job
Sarah, if a pregnant executive asks for 6 weeks off at a tech company, do you think Mayer's actions will negatively affect how her colleagues see her?
2 years, 4 months ago on Attention women: Marissa Mayer’s life as a working mom has nothing to do with you
Amd email is still what all of those services want to be.
Would you agree, Sarah?
2 years, 4 months ago on For me, Instagram isn’t the new Twitter. It’s a more functional Path
I used Kindling when I worked at VaynerMedia. I used it a lot. But I think most of my co-workers found it annoying an noisy.
2 years, 5 months ago on Kindling Raises $2.3 Million Series B for Idea Management Platform
Andreessen's explanation of why Silicon Valley is not in a bubble has never made any sense. They are plenty of investors throwing good money at bad startups like Color, Airtime, Quora, and Asana because they don't want to get left behind.
2 years, 5 months ago on Andreessen: The Stock Market Has Changed in a Way That’s Good for Startups and Bad for Investors
Brainstorming is hard work, isn't it?
2 years, 6 months ago on Brainstorming
What users? I've never heard of most of these companies.
These are aquihires. This is Google doing a job job at competing for talent.
2 years, 6 months ago on Take a Number: Why I Would Think Twice Before Selling to Google
"But Asana has one huge difference: It’s far less likely to sell than the rest."
Basecamp is far less likely to sell than Asana, wouldn't you agree?
2 years, 8 months ago on In It to Win It: Asana Raises $28M Series B, Peter Thiel Joins the Board
@vamatem that's trollish, yes.
2 years, 10 months ago on Facebook: Seriously, How Did This Become Such A Mess?
There is no longer a bubble because Facebook's IPO just popped it. The thousands who purchased at $38+ are going to lose a third of their money.
Related tech stocks are taking a hit too, and won't recover.
Spooked VCs will become impatient and demand companies to flip, now that an IPO is not an option.
Google and the other giants will aquhire zombie and toy companies for cheap, and shut down the services.
The Valley will be littered with empty offices, and laid off non-engineers.
Talent will shun incubators for direct hires, knowing the good times are over.
And we'll all tell stories of that brief moment when Facebook was $42 a share.
I like C
3 years, 2 months ago on Help me choose the new Trailblazer logo