When I moved Backupify to Boston in 2010, I did it because I thought it was a much better place than Silicon Valley. And I still love Boston tremendously. It’s a city of ideas. I have interests outside of technology, and the Boston is more diverse in its intellectual interests as a [...]
I take a fair number of jabs on Twitter at President Obama’s economic policies because, well, frankly, I think he is terribly misguided. As a result, I’ve had to watch numerous liberals jump to his defense and try to explain Keynesian economics to me. Now, I’m not a professional economist, but I have [...]
Every few days I find a new article about how innovation is dead and speculating about what killed it. Scott Adams opined a while back that a lack of boredom was the root cause. Others are blaming the rise of cubicles.
This “innovation is dead” meme seems to be gaining some traction. [...]