Back in 2000, Robert Putnam’s Bowling Alone prophesized the decline of social capital in the US, based on the erosion of civic engagement. Putnam blames technology for unraveling this fabric of American values. His soothsaying document was released at least a year before Mark Zuckerberg
For the holidays this year, we sent our clients a simple gift: popcorn. Not the fancy overpopped variety housed in a ridiculously-large tin, but a 2-pound bag of small unpopped kernels from K & K Popcorn in Shellsburg, Iowa, tucked into a simple kraft carton.
Last week I had a conversation with a colleague–the CEO of a technology startup recently funded by vcs–that sounded eerily like other conversations I’ve had recently with other successful entrepreneurs. This seasoned business person was lamenting the fact that the website his company paid $10,000
Check out my blog. That’s the first thing I’m going to say to you. What’s it about? Gadgets, duh! Is it worth my time? Yes! If you’ve ever had trouble deciding what you should get, you’ll be glad you stopped by. Apple iPad vs. Motorola