The Remote Worker’s Guide to Becoming a Better Writer
Make sure to read this article in “Web View” instead of “Article View”
Given that 93 percent of companies that ended up being successful had to change their initial strategy, any capital that demands that the early company become very big, very fast, will almost always drive the business off a cliff instead
From HN thread: "One could argue that Walmart didn’t pay $3B for Jet; they paid $3B for Marc Lore, which might still prove to have been a decent buy."
Delighting customers doesn’t build loyalty; reducing their effort—the work they must do to get their problem solved—does
The tech industry loves to talk about ‘moats’ around a business – some mechanic of the product or market that forms a fundamental structural barrier to competition, so that just having a better product isn‘t enough to break in. But there are several ways that a moat can stop working
Interesting thread on why you should or should not roll "your own authentication 🔑".
Short yet super helpful
the job of an executive is: to define and enforce culture and values for their whole organization, and to ratify good decisions.
Software engineering is what happens to programming when you add time and other programmers.
"The largest benefit, valued at $685.9 billion, came in the "telecommunications" category. Telematics ranked as the second at $325 billion. Location-based services on smartphones was third, valued at $215 billion."
He spoke my mind; Short yet interesting read.