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bryan zmijewski
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I'm the chief instigator at ZURB, an interaction design and strategy studio. We've helped over 150 start-ups since 1998. Love my wife and 3 kiddos!
I'm the chief instigator at ZURB, an interaction design and strategy studio. We've helped over 150 start-ups since 1998. Love my wife and 3 kiddos!

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Interesting breakdown of US debt- 2/3 of it is owned by the US.

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Interesting article.

"Indeed, since the dawn of the Great Recession, more Americans have started businesses (565,000 of them a month in 2010) than at any period in the last decade and a half, according to the Kauffman Foundation, which tracks statistics on entrepreneurship in the United States.

The lures are obvious: freedom, fulfillment. The highs can be high. But career switchers have found that going solo comes with its own pitfalls: a steep learning curve, no security, physical exhaustion and emotional meltdowns. The dream job is a “job” as much as it is a “dream.”

This is new to people? I spent years doing 80 hour weeks to get a business off the ground. It's not for everyone. And the risk/reward is not always there.

I think now is a great time to give go-getters in companies more room to flex their entrepreneur skills to create growth.

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Too funny. Ive's 10 years ago. A Computer Absolutely Can Be Sexy - Jonathan Ive

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Interesting way to view an Instagram stream on a non IE browser: http://instagre.at/#/by/bryanz/

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Proud to be part of something so cool...to think we're on our fourth event! http://www.readwriteweb.com/archives

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It's interesting when a company sells, how they rationalize the sale to their customers. Something is off about how this post finishes at the end- why would the customers be excited about this?

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I spent most of yesterday afternoon reviewing and working on the positioning of our products and services. Sorta a gut check and refinement of the core ideas. We've got a lot of exciting pieces of this puzzle coming together on the product side of the business.

After more than two years, it's exciting to know that our mission statement work still holds up. http://www.zurb.com/article/263/the-dreadful-mission-statement
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