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Seeing Things Differently

Meet Gede[1]. He is 28, lives in Bandung, Java, Indonesia, and has Type 2 diabetes. Gede lost his sight from …

Future of Software Development

It was wonderful to attend the Blue Yard Conversation: The Future of Software Development #fosd in Reykjavik. I was blown …

Competition destroys Capital

Competition can make people hallucinate opportunities where none exists and more importantly it destroys capital, character and usually creates nothing new

Zero to One – Revisited

The most important things in life are singular. Time and decision making are singular and follow a power law, and some moments matter far more than others. However, you can’t trust a world that denies the power law to accurately frame your decisions for you, so what’s more important is rarely obvious. It might even be a secret. But in a power law world, you can’t afford not to think hard about where your actions will fall on the curve. Decision to attend Startup Iceland is one of those moments.

Blogging for Entrepreneurs

How do you find your personal direction or find focus for your company?  Where can you project your personal brand, …

Age of Data, Machines and A.I.

Age of Data, Machines and A.I. is upon us. Our personal data is probably the only thing that we will have agency over. Do we understand that?

Sapiens – A Book Profile

Sapiens-A Brief History of Human kind by Yuval Noah Hariri is a kind of book that makes you want to look at history and anthropology with a different eye.

The Socratic paradox

How Socrates Can Help Your Startup

Socratic method can help startups learn more about the assumption of the startup. Pushback by others should force entrepreneurs to refine the business model

A Trademark Primer for Startups

When you are building a startup, you have more than enough things to worry about. Often, teams push off thinking about their intellectual property (IP), such as trademarks, copyrights, and patents, until they have established product-market fit and gained some traction. However, there are a number of reasons why it’s important to think about your IP from the start.