Tech, Disrupted
Posted at 8:00h, 06 Dec 2016 in Distruption by Bonnie No Comments
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Silicon Valley Has an Empathy Vacuum, according to Om Malik, whom we know personally (although it’s been a while) and for whom we’ve always had great respect, and who, in our opinion, was being kind, or at least diplomatic. “There is a new economic system emerging that is based on consumer capitalism, that innovates ways […]
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The Things to Do in December Edition
Posted at 8:00h, 29 Nov 2016 in Advice by Bonnie No Comments
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Due to the holidays, no editorial this week. Do hope you enjoyed yours, and a heads up: It’s the holiday party season, a time when things supposedly slow down, but do they really?  Reminder: it’s a very good time to get out there and meet new people – some of whom may be able to […]
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The Lessons Tech Can Learn from the 2016 Elections
Posted at 8:00h, 22 Nov 2016 in List Archive by Bonnie No Comments
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We thought it would be interesting to view the election as a lesson in brand-building and how to not simply launch a company, but some pointers on how to take it to the finished line.
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And the Number 1 Deal-Killer Question in Tech Is…
Posted at 8:00h, 15 Nov 2016 in Advice by Bonnie No Comments
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Full disclosure: the subject of today’s newsletter comes at the request of a number of investors, advisors and startup consultants whom we know. We all know the old tech adage: if you want money, ask for advice. If you want advice, ask for money. Some entrepreneurs genuinely do want advice, especially from a consultant, advisor […]
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How to Get Luckey in Silicon Valley
Posted at 8:00h, 01 Nov 2016 in List Archive by Bonnie No Comments
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That’s not a typo. We’re referring to Oculus co-founder Palmer Luckey and bear with us… Silicon Valley is often referred to as a monoculture, and it’s something of a misnomer, as lately especially, it’s gone well beyond that. True, it’s basically a one-industry town, but in order to work in that industry, you also need […]
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