Category Archives: Product philosophy

VCs buy your stock, not your product.

Last Friday, I had the honor of speaking on a panel at the MIT Sloan Sales Conference, alongside Peter Levine (MIT, Andressen Horowitz), George Roberts (ex-Oracle, OpenView Partners), Jules Pieri (The Daily Grommet), and Lara Shackelford (QlikTech). No one has … Continue reading

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3 traits of compelling internet products

While the world was celebrating the death of Osama bin Laden yesterday, my first post went up on Mashable. In it, I talk about the 3 qualities I look for in compelling consumer internet products: ego, serendipity, and familiarity. You … Continue reading

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