Consumerization of business is by far my favorite new tagline. It’s also known as “Consumerization of Enterprise” but screw that, it’s bigger then that. It’s all business.
It’s a new buzz […]
This really got me to reflect on last 5-10 years…
Google, Flickr, Facebook and Twitter never advertised early in the growth of their success.
They won peoples heart by offering such […]
So it’s Thursday night, my friend Pat tells me about his NYC halloween party at his new appartment.
For the last 10 years, the most frustrating part of halloween for me has been the manilla costumes that go with it. Vampire/Zombie/Elvis/Gladiator/anything from costume store only open for 3 weeks a year. I […]
Was able to prank Backblaze on Failblog yesterday by submitting a screenshot generated by a modified URL on Backblaze.
Allow me to share how I did this:
I realized when I checked my […]
Over the last 5 years, have been focusing on building Viddler out of Bethlehem, PA. One thing that has taught me, if you are going to take the remote path, you need work extra hard to stay on top of your game. Going to conferences is an option but, expensive and takes time away from […]
Signal vs. Noise posted an interview by Mark Imbriaco, their super intelligent sys admin: Who would win in a fight between Erlang and Rails?
Viddler has the man, the myth, the legend – The Todd.
I just gotta burst out and say that intelligent Sys Admins are invaluable in a small startup looking to stay […]
Have been asking myself business scaling questions (mostly on how it pertains to Viddler) as I have been listening to Jeff Jarvis’s new book,What Would Google Do. Jeff has a huge point in the book where he points out that to scale like Google/Facebook/etc, you price based on what the customer can pay not […]
As a product guy, it’s been very apparent Myspace has been on it’s way out for many years, mainly due to it’s inability to innovate, and putting advertising efforts clearly ahead of it’s users.
When Jay Leno, a mainstream comedian, uses Myspace as center of a joke, it really questions the mainstream perspective on […]