A list of really unfortunate things that FIFA has done related to the Women’s World Cup.
Clearly, when it comes to women, FIFA has not and does not respect the beautiful game. And don’t roll your eyes, pendejos; this isn’t a feminist rant. These are facts. Well, fuck it! Maybe it is a feminist rant.
Sad. I just want to watch the game with my girls and really, really enjoy it… just as much as we watch the men’s World Cup.
So, should startups blog? Yes … but only if they fully and completely buy into two things: the right mentality and the right goals.
I agree, and this principle applies to most things in life. Doing things “just because” is as bad (or even worse) than doing nothing at all.
Continue reading Should Startups Blog? Yes, But…
I got my invite. This is interesting. Setting up public / private keys and the fact that they recommend you save your password on a piece of paper is funny since they don’t store them in a way that allows “password resets”…
via First Round:
Because if you and your leadership team are behind closed doors for hours, you better believe that everyone else is wondering (and nervous about) why.
There’s something magical that happens when you open the lines of communication up and allow your staff and team a deeper and more intimate look at what’s happening (as well as your customers).
Continue reading Startups and Transparency
I wrote this piece yesterday about tooling for startups and communication.
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6 months ago I quit Twitter and a lot has changed since then (which is about right for my life) and, to be honest, it’s been awesome living without Twitter for my own personal use.
But since I view Twitter, like so many other web services, as strictly utilitarian (it was once pretty “cool” and “hip” and very, very personal and intimate… I know, right…) I’m always open to reassessing the said utility and usefulness of such things.
Continue reading Twitter: Don’t Call it a Comeback…