Setting up an email/communications startup at the dawn of 2008 is a fascinating challenge. It’s a crowded space: There are lots of young companies in the same space, each promoting their own angle on solving the problem that they’ve identified. There are companies playing within the Outlook/Exchange framework. There are companies coming at it with [...]
Archive for December, 2007
These guys showed up in the paper. Cuuute! They’re called Neko and Su lin. Neko? Seriously?
Privacy is an interesting meme. Like the weather, it’s something that everyone likes to talk about but few actually do anything about it. Maybe, like the weather, that’s slowly changing. A few things have hit my radar recently: In today’s NYT, an article about Ask.com promoting a privacy “switch” in the war for search engine [...]
Watching (and listening) to Philippe Starck is fun, and surprisingly easy to map onto my own beliefs about software and product design. A good way to end the week: I particularly like the section in the middle about walking, and the difference between looking down, looking ahead, looking up, looking straight up, and looking inwards. [...]