On Armchair Quarterbacks

Awesome quote shamelessly pulled from TechCrunch (I’d link to their Crunchbase entry if I could), who shamelessly pulled it from Yossi Vardi, who shameless pulled it from Theodore Roosevelt: It is not the critic who counts; not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles, or where the… 

Continue Reading

Life News – So Long Jobster!

I generally don’t use this blog for life news. I figure if you know me well enough to care about what’s going on in my life, you probably would already know anything I could mention. But, given that this particular tidbit has professional ramifications, I figured I’d throw out a… 

Continue Reading

“Get in, Get it, Get Out”

Just read a great article on BBC by way of Slashdot about Web 2.0 (tip o’ the hat to Brian Fioca, who IM’ed me the link) It liberally quotes usability-zealot Jakob Nielsen who, as you can imagine, is not all that enamored with the Web 2.0 movement. As usual, someone… 

Continue Reading

Blog Widgets

I am, in general, not a huge fan of huge piles of widgets on blogs– I don’t really know why. The only reason that I can think of is that too many widgets offend my delicate design sensibilities. Blogs covered with widgets tend to look like patchwork quilts to me…. 

Continue Reading

Linebuzz Starts Humming

Jobster alumnus Mark Maunder has put his travel blogging startup on hold for a month or two to pursue his muse… Which, in this case is (drumroll please) inline blog comments! It would be irresponsible of me not to mention Mark’s wife and biz partner, Kerry– who is quite likely… 

Continue Reading

Recent Tweets
  • RT @m2jr: You are only a founder if you were there when there was nothing to join.
  • RT @danshapiro: I teach my kids not to make fun of people's names. Which is why the universe has put twelve emails from 'mermaid wang' in
  • The USA: "In the game of Monopoly, imagine if every time someone passed GO, the richest player on the board could change 1 rule."
Categories