It is never universal. Good taste is tribal, not widespread.
It’s momentary. The definition changes over time.
And it’s aspirational. When we encounter good taste, it makes us feel as though we can and will be better.
Seth’s Blog: Good taste, January 7, 2017 at 04:14PM
The rule of thumb when it comes to fat protocol investing is this:
“The market cap of the protocol always grows faster than the combined value of the applications built on top”
Joel Monegro, in Bitcoin doesn’t care what Silicon Valley thinks, January 7, 2017 at 07:49PM
Most people think that VC is all about the initial portfolio construction, selecting the companies to invest in.
…the other half. That includes actively managing the portfolio (board work, adding value, etc), it includes allocating capital to the portfolio in follow-on rounds, and it includes working to get exits. And it is that second part that is the harder part to learn how to do.
Reserves – AVC, January 8, 2017 at 01:49PM
I still find that, in general, having a plan is, well, a good plan. But when my carefully laid plan laughed at me, rather than clutch at it too tightly I just made a new one…
Lauren Graham, in “Talking As Fast As I Can: From Gilmore Girls to Gilmore Girls, and Everything in Between“
This is what happens when you let conversion marketers run amok with customer experience. They made it a science, but forgot being human.
upselling and customer experience, January 3, 2017 at 12:00AM
I don’t want to get a $800 phone and then lose or drop it and feel horrible afterwards. I don’t even use my phone all that much and I have no apps or fancy stuff on it.
You get yourself a fancy phone and then you put the fancy stuff that goes into your fancy phone and bam, your life is not as simple as it was anymore.
Poetry in (slow) motion, January 3, 2017 at 11:28PM