Go Mobile

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I couldn’t be more bullish on the mobile space. The graphs don’t even come close to doing the industry growth full justice (although they are very telling). I can’t even imagine where we’ll be in a year from now.

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Goodbye Pressgram

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Today marks the 2-year (official) anniversary of Pressgram and it is with a very heavy heart that I am announcing that active development on Pressgram is being discontinued. Consequently, I’ll be pulling the app from the Apple Store on 9/11 and shutting things down permanently by the end of this month (9/30).

I have been drafting this announcement post for a long time and had, at one point, a 3,000+ word epic narrative but it just didn’t really make sense as I stood back and looked at it as a whole.

Simply put, there are no words that can adequately describe how I feel about this news.

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9 Years

March, 2004

March, 2004

Today I am humbled and proud to say that my wife and I have fought hard to survive 9 full years of marriage. To think that we’re now coming into our first decade (and to say that word!) is absolutely thrilling.

There are very few words that truly capture how I feel about these last 9 years. We have seen some crazy ups and downs, a handful of side-to-sides, and everything in between. We’ve grown to love our two beautiful daughters and feel content about having a “complete” family.

For this post I reviewed the previous posts that I’ve written and I get emotional about thinking how far we’ve come:

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On Positivity

Keeping an incredibly positive outlook is one of the absolute essentials for making it in the startup world and launching your own business. There are only a few other character traits that are essential to one’s success.

You have to learn to believe in the impossible. Or rather, you must be capable of believing in the unseen, the places that have yet to be created and the realities that yet to be seriously entertained (or at least by the masses).

And, you must be serious about your attempts at solving the impossible as many can believe but very few will actually ever do.

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