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Ibrahim Evsan mein Name ist Ibrahim “Ibo” Evsan und ich lebe Social Media. Ich bin Unternehmer und Berater für digitale Geschäftsmodelle. Als Internet-Experte behandele ich Themen wie Online-Reputation, Arbeitswelten, 3D Print, Crowdsourcing und das Leben im Lifestream. In diesem Blog werde ich meine Ideen und Gedanken über den Wandel der visuellen Medienlandschaft aufzeigen und einige Einblicke hinter die Kulissen meiner Projekte geben!
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Exciting Commerce von Matthias Hell “We have a very ambitious goal — we think we can become a billion-user company.We believe that reading and writing is such a core human need, that the potential for our community is huge… and with this money we can build our core vision even faster.” Der erfolgreiche Abschluss einer Finanzierungsrunde von 46 Mio. Dollar ermöglicht es Wattpad-CEO Allen Lau, seine großen Ambitionen mit der Social Reading/Writing-Plattform noch schneller zu verwirklichen.
Originally posted on the Guardblog at: http://blog.guardly.com/guardblog/2011/06/28/the-first-300-days/ Guardly has transformed from an idea to a best-in-class application that helps people stay safe everyday. There’s an exciting story behind our journey, and it has only just begun. Startup Life
There's been a lot of talk about money lately here in the Valley, it seems. Whether it's a product of the exceptional $19 billion acquisition of WhatsApp by Facebook, Google's $3.2 billion Nest buy, the IPOs of Twitter and Facebook, sky-high valuations of private companies, or a real and growing gap between the 1% and the rest, discussion of venture funding rounds and money often appears to be as big a conversation point as the products and innovation that's made this place unique. As my colleague +Scott Knaster often notes in his blog "Witless to History", he and I are good examples of the typical longtime Silicon Valley employee - people who have been close to the action, but never quite in the center of it. No acquisitions to our name.
Co-authored with Sten Tamkivi, EIR at Andreessen Horowitz Follow the leader is a title, theme, taskNow you know, you don't have to ask—Rakim, "Follow the Leader" Being someone reasonably well-known in technology, I have been getting a lot of questions lately about Healthcare.gov. People want to know why it cost between 2 and 4 times as much money to create a broken website than to build the original iPhone. This is an excellent question.