Rand Fishkin’s three months in VC hell in 2009 and how he woke up out of the nightmare and made SEOmoz profitable instead. Goal: build a better world.
Is it worth upgrading to the 37signals suite from Basecamp? Really, it depends how much sync you need and how much integration you want.
When a business expands too fast and loses sight of serving customers to focus on growth instead, the results aren’t pretty. Here’s our experience at Cartika.
Alas, without civil oversight, private enterprise is not an invisible helping hand, but the ripper’s glove on your throat.
Does a strong logo make a difference to how much you can charge or getting the business at all? We think so. Here’s a case study of a homemade log vs designer.
Gracenote stole the CDDB from its contributors. FreeDB and Musicbrainz appeared. But why is it almost impossible to use them on OS X?
Between 10% commission rates and Paypal’s arbitrarily account freezing, how should a small business or software process transactions?
Don’t get sucked into paying to pitch VC’s. Use your head and get there on your own resources.
37signals abandons white label Basecamp betraying original subscribers: open source self-hosted Basecamp replacement on the way.
The Wizard of Oz ends happily…the Wicked Witch melts. Why can’t this story end happily, why no working export for Typepad?
Jack Welch’s Spartan philosophy of leaving the crippled employees on the mountaintop – is it worth it?
Want to succeed online? Start by letting go…”You are better off letting the world run wild. You cannot completely control your message any more. Be as authentic and awesome as possible or you will fall like the Berlin Wall.”
How to reward online writers and encourage them not to write long wordy boring articles, but exciting, inspiring and controversial pieces.
The very high euro – which seems to be carrying the local currencies with it – does make European outsourcing pretty much a local sport at this point.
Tech companies are bigger than banks. Has tech gone stale as an investment arena? No way – we are just at the start of a new tech business renaissance. But it’s a paradigm shift – to profit you have to get with the new program.
Short essay about what an idea is worth. The right idea could be worth $361 million per person – or nothing.
Is it possible for the medium sized guys to make money? You bet. Network Solutions, bought for $20 million in 2003, was just sold for $800 million three years later. And amazingly enough, this deal was done by a Persian – Iranian American Jahm Najafi. So do the Iranians know how to play a poker […]
Philip Dow’s Journler Philip Dow is the developer of the very well received Mac PIM (personal information manager) Journler about donationware. His application Journler had an open donation policy for personal use. Contribute whatever you like. A single commercial use license was/is $25. Phil is going full-time as a developer now and is starting to […]
Some gentlemen search colleagues are thunderstruck by the acquisition of 24/7 Real Media by advertising holding company WPP for $649 million (a tidy sum it is – congratulations 24/7 – although I’ve always hated your technology). Raycam wonders why more ad agencies aren’t snapping up the smaller search houses. It’s simple. All the assets go […]
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