Andy Weissman of Union Square Ventures wrote a piece the other day on chaos theory and startups. His conclusion was that making decisions, and deciding how you make decisions, is of the utmost importance. There are many approaches to making decisions. My current thinking can roughly be described ...
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" Dan Hon gave a nice presentation summing up his quest to close an “empathy gap” in design—going beyond simple personas towards building platforms that aim to serve all and more easily meet their needs."
That's true of almost everything--not just Twitter. Heck, a front page mention on the NY Times drives almost no traffic. It's a long tail. Combating obscurity comes at a price few are willing to pay. Sustainable scaling comes one relationship at a time.
Information Technology manager with experience in electronic services, VoIP system, data communications and processing, project management, remote and data center operations, policy development, and customer service.