Two good startup articles lead today. First, Paul Graham talks about why it is safe for founders to be nice. It was good to see this because so many people think the founders need to be much tougher. On TechCrunch, we have the math behind SaaS startup valuations. This is a good read for people […]

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Two completely unrelated stories lead our day. First, TechCrunch reports on the new keyboard that LG made for mobile devices. That doesn’t sound interesting until you hear that it rolls up into a stick. If it is as good as it looks, I will be getting one. The Washington Post talks about the trading anomalies […]

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We do not start today with great news. The NY Times reports on the sudden death of Joseph Traub, a professor I once had in college. He was basically a legend in the academic world, and it is a shame to see him go. In other news, Google Cloud Platform announced the general availability of […]

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Leading off today, we have MIT News reporting on crash-tolerant data storage. This could be an interesting development, but we have to see if it takes hold in industry. Google Cloud Platform announces the availability of user defined functions (UDFs) in Google BigQuery. My understanding is that this missing piece was a major complaint about […]

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There are a lot of interesting articles today, but not one particular area of focus. On Conversation Agent, Valeria Maltoni talks about why simple rules produce better decisions. Google Webmaster Central continues their #NoHacked series, giving us information on how to fix the injected gibberish URL hack. Google Cloud Platform announces the ability to backup […]

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