How strange! It’s not what I’d have thought they’d do. Perhaps my model of S37 is wrong, but would you expect a bunch of hip young(ish) things to want to give up their experimentation and consolidate their energies on a maturing cash-cow? Is this actually a sign that 37 Signals are in trouble? Or that […]
BTW: I started an interview with Bill Seitz a couple of months ago, about the genesis and experience of writing his book. You can read it on his wikilog.
Congratulations to Bill Seitz on launching his Personal Finance startup / project.
This looks pretty good.
Got into a long comment on Nick Pelling’s blog. He’s sceptical about Eric Ries. I’m fairly neutral, but here’s my response to Nick. Surely all practical knowledge is anecdotal and, therefore, an unwarranted step from the particular to the universal. All advice in this “genre” (Tom Peters, Charles Handy, Seth Godin etc. etc. etc. ) […]
SO, BASICALLY, IT’S LIKE AECO-FRIENDLY MARKETPLACEFORERLANG ENTHUSIASTS! If only …
Very interesting history of Nouncer.
I’ve been wondering what Ward Cunningham’s been up to at Eclipse. Jon Udell is on the case : Interesting tools for software developers. Apparently’s Ward’s now at a wiki-startup. (Mark Dilley seems to be involved too.)