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Joel Gascoigne
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Founder/CEO & Product at Buffer
Founder/CEO & Product at Buffer

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If you're trying to get a startup idea off the ground but can't code, it can be very hard. Here's my advice:

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Here's a brand new Founders Chat video from myself and +Leo Widrich. This time we're talking about the very natural fear of someone stealing your startup idea. I'd love your thoughts/questions!

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Excited about this.

You can now join our new Buffer for Android Beta community to help try new Buffer features early.

Would love to have you involved!

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Super excited about our new Custom Scheduling feature:
Buffer can now schedule posts to Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn!

http://blog.bufferapp.com/scheduling-tweets-facebook-posts-custom-scheduling

Disc: I advise Buffer
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Love this. Something I've kept close to my heart for a long time is "the best way to help others succeed is to work hard on being successful yourself". Not sure whether someone told me that or whether I just pondered on it for a long time. Either way, Kate's post reminded me of it. Take a read:
Latest post about how to open yourself up for help ->

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I always carry Evernote around with me now. You should too, read why:

Yesterday marked my 60th week in a row (foursquare told me!) of going to the gym (usually more than once, these days I'm going 5 times a week). It feels awesome :-) About to head there now, today is my back session.

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Love this post. Some great research and also practical tips to start working at.
What a fantastic post by Walter Chen today about how we can genuinely rewire our brains to be more positive and happier.

All the research and 4 hands on tips here: 

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Here is the December 2012 Happiness Report, where we reveal all our learnings and metrics for customer support at +Buffer.
Each and every month, we look back and ask ourselves "how did we do with our user support efforts, did we make people happy?" and then we try and measure our progress and think about what to change for the month ahead.

In that spirit, here is the Happiness Report for December 2012, written by awesome Happiness Hero +Alyssa Aldersley.

Let us know if you have any questions about how we do support, or anything else :-)
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