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I agree with Nick Grossman, when he said “the long tail of ride sharing will be a big big thing”. Earlier this week, as a result of being one of the organizers for Startup Weekend Valparaiso and a friend’s project (Wilin) advancing to the Global Startup Battle champions track, I was browsing other finalists and came across LetsTryke (@letstryke). They didn’t win unfortunately, but that’s not the point. In my Why I’m Long Lyft post on GeekWire, I said: Lyft’s brand can support being the technology under the entire public transportation grid (including a massive peer-to-peer component that doesn’t exist today). LetsTRYKE in the Philippines is exactly the type of long tail opportunity that exists in the transportation market in the developing … Continue reading
I watched the video for The Off Switch when looking at the finalists for Global Startup Battle 2014: Our mission with Horizon is to get people off their computer/phone and go experience the world with their own two eyes. It should go without saying that anyone who shares the fundamental belief that nothing magical ever happens staring at your screen and is doing something about it (such as my friend Sloane working on DinnerMode), is someone I’m a fan/supporter of.
It’s an hour, but highly recommend watching if you are involved with a start-up..
I just re-watched this 1995 interview with Steve Jobs… Worth watching, for the big picture visionaries out there.
I just spent the last 98 minutes watching the ESPN 30 for 30 feature on the Fab 5. I was just 9 years old when they came on the scene in 1991, just old enough to understand how good they were. Those 5 players are definitely the reason I adopted Michigan as my favorite collegiate team. I even jumped on the bandwagon with apparel, sporting a fitted Michigan hat until it got too dirty to wear, a pair of shorts, and a sweatshirt for years. I believe my hatred of Duke largely stems from them beating Michigan, and that hatred still lingers inside my every time Duke is mentioned. I’m not a huge Weber fan, but that has nothing to do with … Continue reading
This is good. Watch it.