I believe Android will be stronger in the developing world than it is in the developed world.
Startups are rapidly changing systems. If you use an annual review cycle, you aren't getting feedback at the same pace that you need to adapt and change the business.
There are so many startups out there raising money. I don't think this is a bad thing. It's a good thing. Entrepreneurship is in vogue. Innovators are innovating. Makers are making.
The venture business is a bit of an apprenticeship business, so the firm I worked for didn't let me make an investment until I was 30. That was probably a very smart thing.
Venture capital is about capturing the value between the startup phase and the public company phase.
Investing in management means building communication systems, business processes, feedback, and routines that let you scale the business and team as efficiently as possible.
Given New York City's cultural diversity, it has always attracted creative people.
I'm a free speech bigot. I don't like censorship; I just don't think it's a good thing.
So many folks in the venture capital business are sheep that just want to follow the herd. They are momentum investors purchasing highly illiquid investments. That is a recipe for disaster.
To see things differently requires you to be wired a little differently.
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