I’ve been working in the Bay Area for the best part of the last almost 20 years and I’ve seen a lot of things come and go. I remember the days when Craigslist was simply run by Craig Newmark out of his loft in the city and he’d throw parties to bring together everyone working on the web. I also remember when we discussed merging our Web Development firm with a company that did WAP development back in 1999. A lot has changed since those lofty days of the Internet Boom and we experienced quite a bust after that period. But as everyone knows, the Silicon Valley is based on a bust and boom, bust and boom economy. This is not because we create bubbles, but because we create. And when we create the world takes notice.
Archive for October, 2013
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Tags: android, Application Development, BYOD, Consumerization, Consumerization of IT, Device, Enterprise, HTML5, Mobile Applications, Mobile Apps, Mobile Phones, Mobility, Open Source, Tablet, Tablets
I was looking for writing inspiration recently and came across “A Pep Talk” by Kid President. Don’t ask me to explain. You’ll have to watch the video, like the 28-million-plus other viewers. Kid hits upon the famous Robert Frost poem, “The Road Not Taken” and he reports that the road less traveled “hurts, man.” He would much rather take what he calls “the road to awesome.”