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It’s OK to fail, and publicly admit your failure, as long as you immediately get back up. Don’t ever be afraid to stop, and start again.
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Nothing will be sacred except for Timeline/profile pages. But everything else will get a massive facelift as Zuck tries to fix the mess than the homepage and a lot of the rest of the site experience has become to build energy pre-IPO.Read more
gowalla: Three years ago Gowalla’s journey began when I took a photograph of Lake Tahoe on my iPhone. I had just finished a phone call with my dad, and I wanted nothing more than to share that photo and place with him. Not just in a text message or status update sort of way, but […]Read more
If social media can democratize a country, you had better believe it can democratize your company.
When I use Facebook I’m trading my data for their service. I’ve entered into this commerce perhaps unwittingly, but using the same mechanism humankind has known throughout our history: trading something of mine for something of theirs. So let’s guard our privacy by all means, but recognize this is a bargain and a marketplace we enter into. Consumers will grow more sophisticated about the nature of this trade, and adopt tools to manage the data they give up.