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1 year, 9 months ago on When they call you a “good guy,” you’ve already been garroted
@_anuj WTF are you talking about
2 years, 1 month ago on Facebook Doesn’t Need a New CEO, Reuters Needs a New Technology Writer
@AnthonyPaulPriley @RichardDonaldJones Full disclosure my ass...and no she not curing cancer here
2 years, 1 month ago on Smart People Can Denounce Bravo’s “Silicon Valley” All They Want, the Wantrapreneur Douchebags Will Still Love It
@paulcarr @RichardDonaldJones Tony Hsieh
@paulcarr Paul the Industry Standard, despite its many problems, was informative and smartly written. I take no personal shots at Lacy I'm simply confused and bewildered.
@paulcarr @RichardDonaldJones True I like the owner ...I respect the owner. And no I don't care about the ethical pretzel, I just want to be informed. More "Industry Standard"... less look at me I am an entrepreneur ...I'm at a retreat for other special people like me...I 'm bored ...I have a nanny and you don't.
Why does the author feel the need to constantly inject her nanny or herself in ever post. I like this blog but I have had enough of several issues:
1. Tony Hersh
2. Her Nanny
3. Dispatches from wherever she is traveling that week
4. Any half ass discussion of Child rearing and launching a start-up
5. Randi Zuckerberg
@bmcusick Please..as long as there is student loans colleges and universities will exist. Also when you are in that interview room with Wall Street level recruiters and they want to pick a candidate do you think the guy from Udacity (you) or the guy from Harvard Business School will get the gig. It sucks but that business model is going nowhere soon.
2 years, 1 month ago on Macmillan Knows Publishing Is Doomed, So It’s Funding the Future
@alanhuynh Your line of thinking makes no sense. How is a decades old "bed" tax comparable to SOPA. And where is the correlation between the patronage system and this particular example of taxation? ...I might not agree with many of the Municipal tax polices in place but instead of presenting poorly framed arguments in favor of "new economy" businesses instead
work to change the law.
2 years, 4 months ago on Airbnb Faces Off Against 40-Year Old San Francisco Hotel Laws
You call the legal opinion ridiculous but it is the law and despite what changes might be on the way this is the law in it's current form. Also should AirBnB have an advantage over other similar business models ?