Back on October 11, 2007, I wrote that Lee Lorenzen was nuts. Back then he said that Facebook was worth $100 billion. He’s getting more and more right every day and I’m getting more and more wrong. Especially after Goldman Sachs just kicked in $500 million and valued the company at $50 billion. I told … Continue reading “I was wrong about Facebook's valuation. Way wrong. Lee Lorenzen was right. Way right.”
Loren Heiny asks the big question: will you switch to Ask? I won’t. Why not? Because of speed. Sorry, a KEY part of Google’s quality (and TechMeme’s, to tell the truth) is that Google’s results come back almost instantly. I just did a search for “Dave Winer” and Ask’s results took about two seconds to … Continue reading “Loren asks “will you switch to Ask?””
Posts “stop crying” along with this video. One thing Loren. What I do isn’t work. I define work as putting a new roof on a building in Dallas in the summer. THAT is work! Me? I just type fast (and often). 🙂 Or, at least, I hit J, J, J, J, Shift-S fast and often … Continue reading “Loren on “A list””
Loren, Loren, Loren. I put a damn softball over your home plate and you whiffed it. I expected so much more from you. While bloggers the world over are giddy with excitement over my coming demise all you can do is say that “Linkbait is for losers?” Damn, you’ve gotten soft ever since PodTech joined … Continue reading “Loren: Linkbait is for losers”
Maryam woke me up with her giggle and I heard Loren singing Happy Birthday. Heheh.
Welcome back, it’s been a while since I’ve posted something real on my blog. This post has a bunch of business honesty and goes into my personal financial situation in depth. I’m sharing it with you to start a new conversation about where I’m going, and to make it possible to write openly from now … Continue reading “Mental Blocks and Resource Constraints”
This blog is a repeat of one posted to Building43, which is Rackspace’s site to feature world-changing startups. The video interview I did with Mashery’s CEO, is also on YouTube here. APIs are programming interfaces that sit underneath the apps that we all use, and savvy companies are beginning to recognize that they can be … Continue reading “The API company: Mashery”