Farmers market / grocery store #protip. Throw it all in the basket. Then bag while in line. #groceryhacks – View on Path.
I love this place more and more everyday.
When I say this place… I mean the people. The environment. The camaraderie.
Being surrounded by people just as crazy as you is something I truly cherish.
We had the unbelievable fortune of having Seth Godin come in and wrap up our first week…
Thanks for all you’ve done for the startup community in NYC.
The last two years building and leading the TechStars NYC program have been an incredible time in my life. However, as with most journeys, the time has come for me to move on to the next challenge and take a step back from my day-to-day role as Managing Director of the TechStars NYC program….
It’s a good day, indeed. Excited to get my Simple.com VISA card. @Simplify Thanks @al3x. #replaceyourbank
Another reason why I love Sprint.ly
Sprint.ly bills itself as “an innovative way to manage products”, and they’re right. It’s beautiful.
Imagine Pivotal Tracker looked like Megan Fox.
I’m using Sprint.ly to manage enhancements and bugs for my startup Spindows, and because I hadn’t logged into Sprint.ly in a over a month (for other reasons) I was logging in to put my project on hold.
When I logged in, I got this message:
Sprint.ly predicted my concern. I hadn’t logged in for a while and didn’t want to be billed for something I wasn’t using.
So they beat me to the punch by temporarily disabling my account.
They stopped taking my money (less revenue for them) because they knew I wasn’t actively using their product.
Most profit-maximizing companies would keep taking my $18 / mo. and hope I never remember to log back in or check my credit card statement.
Instead, Sprint.ly paused my account and the monthly fee.
All my data is there and with a simple click of a big red button, I can be back up and running.
Thank you, Joe (and team) for acting like a friend, instead of a faceless corporation.
You guys rock.
I’m excited to announce that I am joining the Hometalk team!
Hometalk’s goal is to make the home improvement process more accessible, transparent, and ultimately easier for everyone to get the job done right the first time. Right now we’ve got a community of over 100,000…
I run a lot of events. Some are free, others come with a fee. It really depends on the demand of the event and controlling the space in tandem with that. I’m not looking to make a profit at this point, just looking to put together events that I would like to attend myself.
There are positives…
So happy for Amit.
CBS Boston came by my hospital room yesterday to do an interview about my story so far + the urgent need for more donors to register. Here’s the video!
(It’s about 2 and a half minutes.)
This is how an apology and subsequent fix is done.
We made a mistake. Over the last couple of days users brought to light an issue concerning how we handle your personal information on Path, specifically the transmission and storage of your phone contacts.
As our mission is to build the world’s first personal network, a trusted place for you to…