“Being a Founder Is Lonely
You don’t hear this a lot publicly, but man, being a founder is a lonely affair. By definition, you don’t have a lot of peers. When people at your company go to lunch, they have a common theme — they can complain about management. But you are management. You can’t go to lunch and complain to anyone.”
“Perhaps the laid-back dreaminess of the era was best captured by the super-relaxed title Richard Yoo chose for himself. Yoo, the cofounder of Rackspace, left that company to create a hosting service aimed at the lower end of the market. He called it ServerBeach, and to make clear his own place at the top of this chilled-out virtual seaside community, he declared himself its “Big Kahuna.” The idyll didn’t last, though, as the company was acquired by Peer 1 Hosting in 2004.”
Night Owls Smarter: A New Study Suggests That Late-To-Bed-Late-To-Rise Leads To Greater Workplace Success
“A new study suggests the early riser has only more time for mediocrity.”
“In the latest grand accolade for the Petro Metro, Forbes predicts that within a decade Houston will be known as “America’s next great global city.””
This is such a great video… cracks me up.
NPD: Chromebook sales outperform MacBooks in commercial sector as iPad loses ground
Light keeper pro – omg this thing is awesome! Where have you been all my life! 2 sec and lights are fixed!