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I would strongly recommend anyone that reads this article to check out noredink.com
Met the founder recently, and this a great example of a company that is selling to teachers and helping them improve teaching almost immediately. Great idea and execution so far
1 year, 1 month ago on Education startups: The bottom-up approach doesn’t work here
I'd also suggest Matt Sandler from Chromatik
1 year, 5 months ago on A Crowdsourced List of the Top LA Entrepreneurs We Missed Yesterday
Just flew on Virgin America (SFO to Dallas) and I was able to purchase Gogo inflight for $10 for the entire flight.
1 year, 5 months ago on Good News! Gogo Flightpass is Back on Cross-Country Virgin America Flights. Kinda. For Some People
@LucidLunatic I've used hangouts on G+ (off my IPhone btw) and the experience was flawless. I was interviewing a subletter that was in Spain at the time, and I had crystal clear video and perfect audio the entire time. Honestly, after having used Skype a good amount, I didn't expect the experience on G+ to be any good, but was very pleasantly surprised...
1 year, 8 months ago on Video Chat Is Anyone’s to Win, and Investors Are Acting Accordingly
Genuinely like these articles and appreciate an unbiased view of Google/Apple. Keep it coming!
1 year, 8 months ago on Going Google: Can’t We All Just Get Along?
Couldn't agree more with Dustin on this. We use Asana here at Entelo, and we've absolutely loved it. Definitely feel way more productive as task management is simpler and more manageable than a list of hundreds of emails. The multi-functionality and speed are killer too.
Really hope Asana takes off as I can honestly say that it's some of the best software I've ever used at work.
1 year, 10 months ago on Dustin Moskovitz: Asana Could “Certainly” Be a $100 Billion Business
This is a very naive perpective, and you're missing the most important aspect of releasing this video.
The buzz surrounding the mockup video, and the fact that Google has now pushed everyone's imagination is a GREAT move to fire up their current employees and attract awesome talent. What attracts the best talent? Working on amazing projects that change our perspective on what's possible.
Let me put this another way: would you rather work at Apple where they ultimately make the same product but in different sizes (iTouch, iPhone, iPad, iTV) or will the most innovative minds rather work for a company where everyone contributes to ambitious projects such as self-driving cars, augmented reality, blazing fast internet for all?
It amazes me as to why the latter is not appreciated more. Even if the projects fail, those are the types of endeavors that push us forward- not making the same product a different size...
1 year, 11 months ago on The Problem with Google’s Concept Video