Image via Wikipedia I know I had a lengthy post yesterday, but sometimes some articles get posted that warrant some sort of response. Given the economic situation we have here in the US, there is a lot of belt-tightening going on. The other problem is that there is a lot of fear, and the media… Read More Fear is not the Answer, It is Time to Adapt
In Jason Calacanis‘ latest newsletter that is not a blog, he makes what sounds like an outlandish suggestion: 50-80% of the venture-backed startups currently operating will shut down or go on life-support (i.e. 3-4 folks working on them) within the next 18 months. Anyone who has read much on startups and small businesses will realize… Read More Calacanis Makes Not-So-Shocking Statement About Startup Failure!
I tend to read a lot of books. Some are typical science fiction and fantasy fare, but I often read business or personal productivity books as well. One book that I had put off long enough was The 4-Hour Workweek by Tim Ferris. I do not agree with everything in the book, and I am… Read More Startups and the 4 Hour Work Week
In my last post, I decided to give a “state of the blog” because a lot of things have been happening. This morning I was going through my feeds in Google Reader and realized a lot had changed, even in my reading habits. This has all happened in the past 6 months or so as… Read More Lessons Forced on Me by Life and Early Adoption