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You can definitely get a job elsewhere! Employers relish in the failed entrepreneur in many ways (well, not "too fail-y.") Definitely consider reaching out to any kind of network or just polishing up a resume on LinkedIn. Quitting is for winners!
1 week ago on Startups Anonymous: “Can I give up now?” The Highs and Lows of Being a Founder
@Bitcoin_Assets @larachelak Really? Kay.
1 month, 4 weeks ago on It’s time for Whisper’s CEO to do his damn job
Can we please not get so fucking rape jokey? Does anyone actually understand the shit they're saying?
"All Heyward and his team had to do was not screw the pooch.
That was last week.
This week: Oh, the stories that bandy-legged pooch could tell."
2 months ago on It’s time for Whisper’s CEO to do his damn job
@Simon Greenwood Misogynist troll. Read the real arguments, don't make your own up.
3 months, 3 weeks ago on Conversation @ http://www.newrepublic.com/article/119211/beyonces-vma-performance-feminisms-most-powerful-pop-culture-moment
The first paragraph is all over the place with grammar or am I crazy?
1 year, 11 months ago on The iPad, our mobile advertising savior
Also, let's not forget the real time value news sources and publications have increasingly taken advantage of and that Google News just hasn't been able to compete with so far.
2 years, 1 month ago on Newspapers take aim at Google News again. Maybe because they’re no longer scared
Out of all those listed, I'm most interested in seeing how Wrapp handles this. Think there's still a market segment available to them, but only if they continue to remain hyper relevant in the "free" gift card giving via social arena.
2 years, 1 month ago on How many startups will Facebook Gifts kill?
@trheingold I definitely agree, Ted.
Unlike Erin I really think that the conversation has shifted away from e-mail (let's be honest -- the "Bulk" folder from Gmail has murdered e-mail marketing) and almost totally to social media based marketing.
Further, many Facebook users in the past have truly seen their "like" of a Page as an actual subscription to any future updates by that Page. In the examples you give, Nasa, news outlets, etc... (basically entities with no desire for a major ad budget) will be left to whither and fall away.
This basically leaves us with the "shopping network" that some have pointed out, devolving the platform into something considered overly commercial and inorganic. Obviously, this is a growth killer.
Considering the "life changing stories" Facebook has been pushing lately, it's important that they takes steps to revise their approach and avoid this kind of scenario.
2 years, 1 month ago on Oh hey, a solution to the Facebook Page drama! That was fast