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What are some tips on connecting with high-profile people that can help your startup?
What are some tips on connecting with high-profile people that can help your startup?
Answer (1 of 34): I hang around high-profile people often. Here's some things that can help you connect: 1. Listen. If they say your idea sucks, listen to the feedback, take notes, and ask for contact info. Then go fix the problems, or come up with another idea and demonstrate you listened. 2. G...
·www.quora.com·
What are some tips on connecting with high-profile people that can help your startup?
The platform problem in social media
The platform problem in social media
Marketers building on top of platforms like Facebook have locked customers into the Facebook experience. Our personal online data sets are held hostage by the platforms whose tools we use when we create them.
·blogs.reuters.com·
The platform problem in social media
Even if you don’t like Dubstep, you’ll love Skrillex sung by this Dutch choir
Even if you don’t like Dubstep, you’ll love Skrillex sung by this Dutch choir
If you were tired of hearing Dubstep DJ Skrillex pay tribute to Disney’s Hook with his hit Bangarang, then you’re probably not alone. There are lots of reasons to be tired of it as it’s been played non-stop on the radio and elsewhere for months now. But this Dutch choir puts an incredible voice-powered spin […]
·thenextweb.com·
Even if you don’t like Dubstep, you’ll love Skrillex sung by this Dutch choir
How I launched Hipmunk in an industry I initially knew nothing about
How I launched Hipmunk in an industry I initially knew nothing about
Neither Steve Huffman or I knew much about the travel business when we started Hipmunk together in June 2010. We figured we'd be able to get flight data from any number of places—perhaps by "scraping" it off of other sites, and then linking customers to those sites to book their tickets.
·thenextweb.com·
How I launched Hipmunk in an industry I initially knew nothing about
When Facebook, Twitter and Instagram Crash the Party
When Facebook, Twitter and Instagram Crash the Party
It is impolite to text from the table—always was, always will be. But that is the least of the faux pas party hosts and attendees are likely to encounter.
·online.wsj.com·
When Facebook, Twitter and Instagram Crash the Party
Romney's tax penalty box
Romney's tax penalty box
The Romney campaign is struggling to get on-message on health care -- a week after the decision
·www.cbsnews.com·
Romney's tax penalty box
Brian Lam on starting over and the intersection of passion and practicality
Brian Lam on starting over and the intersection of passion and practicality
Anyone trudging through another meaningless day at the office should watch this video with Brian Lam. He left Gizmodo to pursue writing about gadgets his way, and get to what he's really passionate about. He also offers up practical advice for anyone pursuing their dream gig.
·gigaom.com·
Brian Lam on starting over and the intersection of passion and practicality
Marissa Mayer: A brief history of Yahoo's new CEO
Marissa Mayer: A brief history of Yahoo's new CEO
Marissa Mayer started as the CEO of Yahoo today, after spending the last 13 or so years at Google managing various products at different times, including its most profitable (Search) as well as its...
·www.theverge.com·
Marissa Mayer: A brief history of Yahoo's new CEO
Facebook for Business
Facebook for Business
Facebook Business gives you the latest news, advertising tips, best practices and case studies for using Facebook to meet your business goals.
·www.facebook.com·
Facebook for Business
How to Slowly Kill Yourself and Others in America: A Remembrance
How to Slowly Kill Yourself and Others in America: A Remembrance
Gawker published the essay, "How to Slowly Kill Yourself and Others in America" last year, three weeks after George Zimmerman told Sean Hannity that the shooting of Trayvon Martin "was all God's plan." As the jury deliberates in the State vs. George Zimmerman case, we are rerunning it.
·gawker.com·
How to Slowly Kill Yourself and Others in America: A Remembrance
The Username/Password System Is Broken: Here Are Some Ideas for Fixing It
The Username/Password System Is Broken: Here Are Some Ideas for Fixing It
Even with a major overhaul in how we identify ourselves online, hackers may still find workarounds. But in time, we may be able to enjoy a system that's more convenient for everyone--and less prone to horror stories for the unfortunate few.
·techland.time.com·
The Username/Password System Is Broken: Here Are Some Ideas for Fixing It
Twitter app makers trying to figure out the future
Twitter app makers trying to figure out the future
Twitter's recent API rule changes place various limits on what third-party app developers can offer. Staff writer Lex Friedman spoke to the developers behind several popular Twitter clients to find out what the future holds.
·www.macworld.com·
Twitter app makers trying to figure out the future
N.A.D.D.
N.A.D.D.
The gist of the book Guns of the South is straightforward yet odd. What if, during the Civil War, the South became equipped with a lot of AK-47s? Long story very short, they would have won. Handily. The author, Harry Turtledove, chose not to focus on time travel or other delectable science fiction t
·www.randsinrepose.com·
N.A.D.D.
I didn't build that
I didn't build that
Tumblr is a place to express yourself, discover yourself, and bond over the stuff you love. It's where your interests connect you with your people.
·fishingboatproceeds.tumblr.com·
I didn't build that
What is NFC, and why do we care?
What is NFC, and why do we care?
Primed goes in-depth on the technobabble you hear on Engadget every day -- we dig deep into each topic's history and how it benefits our lives. Looking to sug...
·www.engadget.com·
What is NFC, and why do we care?