How open source CMS Joomla grew to 23 million... →
So I’ve struggled on, and every day we’ve continued to win the most important...– Justin Kan - Startups Don’t Die, They Commit Suicide Justin is spot on. (via davemorin)
Domains Are Getting Less Important →
parislemon: 100% agree with everything Evan Williams lays out here. I rarely type full domain names into the URL box anymore. I either Google something, let auto-complete do it, or use a bookmark. And yes, it reminds me of how I never actually type phone numbers or email addresses anymore. I think that like the phone number keypad on smartphones, the URL box should always exist, but perhaps...
Who’s Winning: Walmart or Amazon? [INFOGRAPHIC] →
How twitter users are getting their questions... →
What Photo Sharing App Should You Use? →
Interesting and with so many new Photo Apps launching its a good review.
ShackNation::tech::NYC: #iwny #nycsw NYC Startup... →
shacknation: General Assembly, Flatiron Startup Weekend is a Friday-Sunday hackathon with a twist. Creatives and entrepreneurs work alongside engineers, adding business plans and customer validation to the competition judging criteria. There were over 100 participants divided into 20 teams at…
How the internet is Revolutionizing Education! →
LINKEDIN: The Truth About What It's Worth →
Excellent article! Henry Blodgett via The bottom line is that LinkedIn is a real company with a huge opportunity, and no one knows what the stock is worth. There are scenarios in which the stock will deliver a nice return from this level. There are also (many) scenarios in which LinkedIn will deliver a lousy return from this level—or, worse, incinerate 75% or more of investors’ capital. ...
iOS 5 introduced. iPhones finally get great... →
thenextweb: For a complete run-down of today’s announcements, see our post: Everything you need to know from WWDC 2011 in one handy list.
Very impress with Groupon financials. Revenues of... →
Growth rate is just impressive.
Netflix's Formula for Innovation →
infoneer-pulse: “Talent density.” That’s the formula delineated by Netflix Inc. Co-founder and Chief Executive Reed Hastings for keeping a technology company innovative. The phrase means employing the fewest number of highly talented technologists, rather than wanting to expand the numbers of computer specialists ad infinitum. With the smaller number, Hastings said, a company can continue to...
Sometimes in life you meet people that inspire you. Sometimes you meet people...– @jamieoliver lauren showed me a clip tonight of Jamie Oliver getting shut out of a public school as he was trying to help them see the garbage they feed kids. It was utterly depressing and made me sick. He summed it up with this quote and I had to write it down. (via bijan)