The joy-less world of data-driven startups. Bookmarking this for every time I have a conversation about a crappy design performing "better."
Startup equity benefits your boss, not you. Why you should be extremely cautious about VC-fueled rocket ships.
Essays from Peter Thiel’s Stanford class on startups. In a nutshell, freely available material like this is why I am a college dropout. Every essay is worth reading — queue up your Pocket. I particularly appreciated this one on markets, competition, and monopolies. (via Spittle)
How I failed: Six lessons learned. Wonderful set of insights from Tim O’Reilly. Number four is a very hard problem to solve.
The Anti-Dropout. Two pieces: the technical problems of the next decade won’t be solved with knowledge that can be self-taught, and the next generation of innovation will come from large organizations where credentials matter.
Doubling SaaS Revenue By Changing The Pricing Model. “Most customers do not care about price… those that do are disproportionately terrible customers.”