We have a CTO, and so can you!
I was told that finding a CTO/technical co-founder in NYC was about as easy as climbing Everest with one leg, no O2, and carrying a dead elephant. Honestly, I like a good challenge, and doing impossible things has a certain allure to it. But this was…daunting. Today, though, we did it, and I wanted to share that experience in tribute to how awesome the scene in NYC is right now, to all the...
(6) INTERNET.—The term “Internet” means collectively the myriad of...– definition of the internet as per the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998.
pitch it to me, baby
I woke up this morning and decided to try an exercise - I wanted to write down my tutorspree elevator pitch. After all, I’ve given it about one thousand times in the last few months, and I know it’s changed over time. But was it good? Actually well and truly good? I have a couple of anecdotal metrics by which I judge its success. I’ve gotten potential CTOs, teachers, DOE...
To be a mass tourist, for me, is to become a pure late-date American: alien,...– DFW in the footnotes of Consider the Lobster
Foursquare is Twitter is my old AIM away message
Back in high school, I got was involved in a game I only half admitted I was playing. Most of my friends played, and it was incredibly important. It went a little like this: I leave an away message in my AIM window (ok, fine, I used trillian) that is cleverer than yours and proves that whatever I’m doing is more fun that what you’re doing. If I got other people to message me even while...
the "find tutorspree a developer" challenge
Josh and I are at the point in our customer development process where we think it’s time to start putting our product together. The problem? My coding skills are nowhere near up to snuff. So, we need someone to lead our tech effort, either as lead developer, CTO, or something of both. Of course, that’s not exactly easy to find, so, I’m making it a challenge (game mechanics are,...