CNN just published a great Q&A with me about my life, my book, what keeps me up at night, and the five pieces of advice my grandfather left me. You can see the full piece:
You thought cops chasing llamas was going to be the meme of the week, but then #TheDress came along and shattered the entire Internet.
The meme started with a debate
Childish. Petty. Disrespectful.
These were the only words I could muster after reading about how a group of Glass users destroyed the Yelp rating of a local NYC restaurant, all because they asked one person to take off her Google Glass in their restaurant.
I've been asked to take off Glass before, and I've obliged without issue. After all, it's their restaurant and their rules. If a restaurant asks me to put my cell phone away, I will. If somebody asks me to take off my shoes in their home, I respect their wishes. But Katy Kasmai didn't take being asked to remove Glass so well. She refused to eat there because she couldn't put the computer off her face. Instead she posted to Google+ and, for some reason, her Google+ followers and other Glass users decided to vote down the restaurant on Yelp, OpenTable and Google/Zagat.
(Correction: From what I could find, Katy never rallied or asked her followers to downvote the restaurant. Google Glass users did that all on her own.)
Twitter has had a rough few weeks, but does that mean it’s destined to spiral downward?
18% stock price drops are great for headlines, but they certainly don’t tell the story
If there’s one entrepreneurial mantra that Steve Jobs taught us, it’s this: Simplify!
Complex products fail. The complex MySpace lost to the simple Facebook. The simplicity of Snapchat
Can’t say I saw this one coming.
Facebook, on the heels of its $19 billion blockbuster acquisition of WhatsApp, has dropped another $2 billion (plus a potential $300 million in earn-outs