Here is a guest post I wrote on Business Insider, about the gaming company Valve and their unusual and awesome company culture. I hope I get the opportunity to start a company like this at some point. A Company With No Hierarchy Makes More Money Per Employee Than Google, Amazon Or Microsoft
Here is the talk I gave at TEDxBigApple a few weeks ago, The Disruptive Future of Cities. I had a great time giving this talk. Would love to do more like this one.
I don’t think many people are looking at MarkerBot right now and thinking “Damn that company is disruptive!” But they should be. MakerBot is the Brooklyn-based startup that makes open source 3D printers. 3D printers are “printers” that you can print physical, three-dimensional objects with. Objects like plastic busts of people’s heads. MakerBot’s goal is […]
I wanted to pull this out of my previous post and make it its own post: Increasingly, innovating on the web is like creating a better bumper for a Ford Explorer. And sure, Ford Explorers need better bumpers (they always do!), but that’s not what I got into the web for. Are you working on […]
We’ve all grown up in a time when to do anything on the web is to be disruptive. Writing? On the web? Disruptive. Finding a date? On the web? Disruptive. It’s been going on for so long that we sort of think the web is disruptive, just by virtue of its DNA. Anything + web […]
The whole world is eulogizing Steve Jobs today, on Twitter, in the media, in cafes, everywhere. On the alumni list for ITP, the NYU grad program I went to, someone wrote in about an encounter he had with Jobs: I asked him, “if you could talk to yourself from 20 years ago, what would you […]