I don't want someone taking half a sentence or paraphrasing me... Just too much risk.
The down market favours the small two-, three-, four-person company, not the huge company with 100 people losing half a million dollars a month.
As a publisher, you have no direct relationship with advertisers.
I am a huge fan of capitalism and a huge fan of entrepreneurship and changing the world with technology and with entrepreneurship. Capitalism is awesome. To me, capitalism is my religion.
Mahalo's business model is advertising. Yahoo, Google, Ask, AOL and MSN are all advertising-based. So I don't see anything wrong with advertising-based search.
If you get people to commit to an email relationship, it's the deepest, most intimate relationship you can have online. Much deeper than Facebook and certainly more intimate than a blog.
What I've learned in my career is that it takes the same amount of effort to build a $10bn company as it does a $1bn company; you as the entrepreneur are going to put your entire life, your entire effort into it.
The web and physical world is plagued with abundance - people need help sorting through all the good and bad stuff out there. The tyranny of choice is causing major psychic pain and frustration for people.
After Sept. 11, New York wasn't the same, and that's part of the reason why I left.
Airbnb is a much more effective protest than shutting down the Brooklyn Bridge.
America might be a dying empire, but it's not going to die in our lifetime - and it doesn't have to die at all.
Apps, email, and social are the three things Google does not control.
As content creators, we're benefitting YouTube every day. YouTube couldn't do what they do without us, so do not underestimate your power.
Back in the '90s, folks were not sure if they could trust the Web, and frankly, a lot of the services back then didn't provide massive value.
Car technology needs to advance, and the best place for that to happen in is Silicon Valley.
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