…answered my call to post his wisdom on his blog, and I missed it (!) because I was off in my book-writing cocoon. He addresses a classic tech-entrepreneur mantra, “Release Early & Release Often,” in the context of his most recent project, Googview, where he put the conventional wisdom to the test. “The result,” he concludes, “was a significantly better website design, users participation and a lot of fun.” He (characteristically) lists three powerful lessons, but you’ll have to go to his site to get the good stuff.
I know his advice is spot-on because it synchs closely with two points in (legendary programmer and venture capitalist) Paul Graham’s latest essay: Continue reading “My Favorite Entrepreneur…”
…has a new project. (I’m having trouble keeping track of all his ventures.) It’s called GoogView, which is short for “Google…With a View.” You can find a more detailed explanation here.
He also has a blog called Tech Road Trip, but running his company rarely leaves him enough time nowadays to write on it. Make sure you check out his past posts (the categories are listed on the righthand toolbar). He offers some personal, original insights that are remarkably self-aware. Who knows, maybe if enough people visit the site, he’ll even consider writing some new material. Or maybe this post will be enough to shame him into it.
His primary focus is KnolSoft, for which he is a founding partner and the Chief Marketing Officer. I’m going to keep my lips buttoned because I’m not sure how much I’m allowed to say about the company, but I will tempt you with the thought that their core product could revolutionize academic research. If I’m lucky, one of these days he’s going to let me give it a test drive…