Monthly Archives: March 2011


Tonight is that legendary night that startups have where they are cramming to finish up something before a push – in this case, we send our app to the Apple App Store tomorrow, and these are those long hours that … Continue reading

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Our earliest user feedback…

David was in Europe this weekend and so I got him an early version to try. David wrote me tonight: “Pretty clean UX but will say it’s not obvious what this is for. I did look around in Munich and didn’t … Continue reading

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Interview with Rubin

I caught up with myself in San Francisco during the final days of development prior to product launch. I was Skyping with my engineering team in India and L.A., cutting things from the “minimum” list in order to make their … Continue reading

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Great Debut. SXSW

SXSW (or “south-by” as everyone refers to it) was sorta the spring break that most of the geeks in attendance didn’t fully experience back in college. But they were making up for it. Anyway, highlights for me included Eric Ries’ … Continue reading

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mapOmatic is real. and really useful. particularly at SXSW…

Finally, at SXSW today, I was able to demonstrate mapOmatic… it’s just like i imagined, and it’s really nice. I’m looking forward to y’all being able to try it. Now, about SXSW. It would be an understatement to describe this … Continue reading

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