Starting Up on a Shoestring
A few weeks ago, I ran across a box full of photos I had taken a while back. Actually, they…Read More »
Can Apple Take on the World and Win?
It’s difficult not to respect all that Apple has achieved both as a computer company and as a consumer electronics…Read More »
Does the Loudest Person You Hear Give the Best Advice?
I’m fortunate that I get to work with many startups, both independently and with TechStars where I’m a mentor. There…Read More »
It’s Not the Idea, It’s the Execution
I seem to be running into more and more people who have fallen in love with their idea for a…Read More »
You Go Where You’re Looking
When beginners attend auto racing or high performance driving school, they are taught that drivers tend to go where they’re…Read More »
We Don’t Need No Stinkin’ Business Plans?
Reading Don Dodge’s post titled, “Business plans, business models, who needs them?” this weekend made me rehash many of the…Read More »
Kodachrome is Dead. What Can You Learn From Its Death?
Way back before digital photography, when dinosaurs roamed the surface of the planet, families packed themselves into smoky living rooms…Read More »
Just Answer The Question Already!
I’ve already been in four or five meetings this week that went way too long (and longer than scheduled) as…Read More »
Does Being Nice Take More Effort? Is it Worthwhile?
I think I could write an essay on the breakdown of civility in modern society based on these questions, but…Read More »
TechStars Comes to Boston
Over the last few years, it has become increasingly difficult for Boston-based fledgling startups to get a leg up; to…Read More »