I have had the luxury of meeting over 500 startups at Red Rocket over the last 3 years. And, typically, most of them approach me at the same point in their startup development. via Pocket
Around January 20, 2009, when Barack Obama took over the office of president of the United States, there was quite a lot of media attention about the fact that he had to give up his BlackBerry, because it was considered to be a security risk. via Pocket
The location that best represents Top Level Telecommunications in every sense of the word is probably Air Force One, the aircraft that carries the president of the United States. via Pocket
ZocDoc is the new king of New York start-ups. The company, which lets patients book medical appointments online and from mobile devices, raised more than $150 million, increasing its valuation to about $1.5 billion, based on a recent filing with the state of Delaware, where ZocDoc is incorporated. via Pocket
It took us six years, or until 2012, to get to 1 trillion objects stored. Then it took us one more year to get to 2 trillion. So that’s an indication of the speed of growth.
“Talking the Cloud Business with Amazon CTO Werner Vogels” on Recode
Great interview piece on Recode with Werner Vogels on the state of AWS and how they’re approaching growth moving forward.
The more screwed up your company, the more people will complain about it and blame you. If we take these two together, it is easy to see that without intervention, the larger your company becomes, the more people will complain and blame you. via Pocket
For centuries people have found meaning — or thought they did — in what they could see in the sky, the shapes of the constellations echoing old myths, the sudden feathery intrusion of comets, the regular dances of the planets, the chains of galaxies, spanning unfathomable distances via Pocket