Monthly Archives: May 2015

How One Company Eliminated Critical Deadlines

Multimedia Games produce dozens of small games each year instead of one huge game. This spreads the risk of a single delay destroying the company. Continue reading

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Three Things I Learned at a 150-Person Startup

My first internship was at a tech startup. I found that the best way to learn is by doing, it’s okay to make mistakes, and there’s still a ton to learn. Continue reading

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Why the Suburbs Are a Terrible Place to Live

I think the suburbs are a terrible place to live. Suburbians tend to live in a bubble, lack non-automobile transportation options, and lack character. Continue reading

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The Future of Journalism’s Phone Interviews

Echoed is a coming-soon iOS app that helps journalists record and review phone interviews. Continue reading

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Startup Spotlight: Six Student Startups from Austin, TX

I highlight six student startups from Austin, TX, including ReTell, Entrée, Beek, MyCoachLive, Cerebri, and FreeBee. Continue reading

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