2020 Technology and Startup Predictions from the Experts
No one can predict the future, but it’s so fun to try! An annual rite of passage in Silicon Valley is taking the last week of December to post predictions for the coming year. These observations are often directionally informative and highlight the patterns the smartest folks are paying attention to. Below
The Card Interface: A New Design Paradigm?
I’ve been struggling to really understand the significance of the cards design paradigm. Cards are quickly becoming a new standard in interface design. Fred Wilson
Talent Arbitrage: Potential Over Experience
Semil Shah recently interviewed the always brilliant Keith Rabois. The conversation is wide ranging, but I particular liked Keith’s thoughts on talent: both incentivizing talent and
More Informed Does Not Mean Better Informed
I watched a recent webisode of Stocks and Scotch featuring Howard Lindzon, Felix Salmon and Henry Blodget discussing the current and future state of media. One of
Is ‘Founder’ A New Career Path?
I’ve been reading a lot of opinions that there are too many startups right now. Too many investors, too much money at work. I tend
What It Feels Like To Be A Startup CEO
What does it feel like to be a startup CEO and founder? Paul DeJoe answered this question on Quora. His response quickly became one of the
Workout Intensity and Elite Business Performance
From a Wall Street Journal article this weekend on Sean Payton’s (New Orleans Saint’s head coach) love for the anonymity and intensity of CrossFit workouts: Payton became immersed