killer post by whitney hess on how empathy/apathy impact companies and their customers
I regard romantic comedies as a subgenre of sci-fi, in which the world operates according to different rules than my regular human world. For me, there is no difference between Ripley from “Alien” and any Katherine Heigl character. They are equally implausible.
Design Principles: The Philosophy of UX — an AWESOME presentation on UX via @whitneyhess
From Quora: why women’s hats are prevalent in the UK but not in the US.
Great post on building companies (and cultures) that last. And of course, I’m partial to the call-out of GS’ business principles — one of the reasons I stayed there for so long was because of its culture.
One point of particular interest given this article below — GS is intensely focused on the long-term.
If this post is interesting to you, I highly recommend the book Start With Why.
I’ve been thinking about this for quite a while. This may sound a little strange, but
I think there has been a little too much emphasis on the START in recent years.
I know that sounds strange coming from a seed investor, especially since I think almost exclusively about the START and…
Word on the street is that the chance of 4 foursquare employees wearing the same 4sq t-shirt on one day = 100%.