Category Archives: Business

The Nature of Money

An excellent speech describing the value and purpose of money. Worth a read. Via Transterrestrial Musings.

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U.S. Not so business friendly

Want to know where the best place to start a business? Try New Zealand. Then Canada. Eventually you get down to Rwanda, Azerbaijan (9 and 10). Belarus (15) and finally the United States at number 20. No wonder our economy … Continue reading

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Are You Limiting Your Hiring Choices?

Most businesses are unwilling to consider remote workers for any number of reasons, most of which are a failure of management, not a failure of remote work. 37 Signals has a good discussion over on it’s blog about the situation. … Continue reading

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Wearables

I think he’s on the right track. Current wearables suffer from many of the same problems that have existed in virtually every new market segment. Too cumbersome, too complicated. In need of someone to step in and redefine the category.

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The Coming Acopalypse

Sarah Hoyt has a great post discussing the feeling of sudden and catastrophic change that seems to hang over the world at this point. In the meantime, at Sound Church we are using the hoopla about the Mayan calendar as … Continue reading

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New website

If you’re here, you’ve noticed the revamping of this website, with the blog front and center. I will say more about the reasons soon. In the meantime, enjoy the new site.

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Open vs. Closed

Mobile Venture Beat has a piece where a group of VCs discuss open vs. closed, specifically related to mobile, where I’m currently employed. I’ve also seen a number of discussions on Eric Raymond‘s blog, Armed and Dangerous, about his feelings … Continue reading

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Are we Arrogant?

Seth Godin wrote today about arrogance. Better, I think, to make a difference and run the risk of failing sometimes, of being made fun of, and yes, appearing arrogant. It’s far better than the alternative. If we are to make … Continue reading

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First iPhone Application Released!

The first iPhone application that I’ve been involved in creating is now available on the iTunes AppStore. This is an exciting moment for me and for Point Inside, as we bring the company out of stealth mode and go public … Continue reading

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Square One is Underrated

Seth Godin has a new post up, Square One is Underrated. In it, he points out that when you discover that you are on the wrong path, speeding up is not the solution. The solution is to go back to … Continue reading

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