I spent half my career building content management systems that competed with WordPress. The first half of my career WordPress didn’t exist. I met Matt Mullenweg in 2004 at SxSW when WordPress was less than a year old. In 2009, I was thrilled that one of my software platforms was used to run 14% ofContinue reading “Clipisode joined Automattic”
[minor spoiler ahead] My daughter and I watched Tick, Tick… Boom! We loved it. Andrew Garfield can sing. Vanessa Hudgens is a star. So underrated. And the Sunday brunch scene filled with legends from Broadway was a delight. But one scene hit me hard that I wasn’t expecting. It’s well known that Jonathan Larson diedContinue reading “Tick, Tick… Boom!”
I wrote that in 2011 and it got a bunch of attention. Then every few years someone with a lot of followers would discover it and retweet it and it would get a bunch more attention. I’ve seen it quoted a bunch, sometimes attributed to “anonymous” but usually tweeted without attribution or rewritten as “MoreContinue reading “The most popular software for writing fiction isn’t Word. It’s Excel.”
UPDATE: Sonos CEO Patrick Spence sent customers a great reassuring email today. They won’t be bricking older devices and they will make sure mixed networks with old and new devices work. Like I said before, I’m optimistic. I love Sonos. I have loved Sonos for years. They were one of our advertisers when my friendsContinue reading “The Death of Sonos Has Been Delayed”
Gary Vaynerchuk is known for many things. One of them is that he wants to buy the Jets. He often explains that he doesn’t expect to buy them and probably wouldn’t be happy as an NFL owner. But setting a goal of buying the Jets drives him. So I picked a similar goal: Gary kindlyContinue reading “I’m Buying the Foo Fighters”
I hadn’t seen the show Wynonna Earp, but obviously it has some passionate fans. Check out how they’re using Clipisode to make group video shows with other fans.
When I visited the two LAUNCH Incubator classes in December, it was to allegedly to see if there were any interesting companies to advise. My real plan though was to soak up some of their weekly pitch practice. We were working on an iPhone app for Recurrency that we planned to debut at the LAUNCHContinue reading “LAUNCH Incubator 3: The Legend Continues”