On the same list as the likes of Google, Microsoft, and Facebook? Don't get me wrong, I'm proud of what Steve and I were able to accomplish, but let's be real, there must've been a redditor behind this list. Well, thanks for the undue praise. It's certainly nice to see University of Virginia written up.
Ok, so I skipped out on the McIntire Commerce School lunch to tour the countryside instead. I think it was the right choice. And now to revisit my dear friend, Alderman Library.
Hundreds of MIT students (and other Cambridge nerds) have walked out of this bookstore with copies of xkcd: volume 0. And we love them all for it. Excellent window display, guys!
After a whirlwind day at Angel Bootcamp (thanks again to Jon Pierce for organizing a great conference), I'm finally getting caught up with things. My first order of business was to upload the slides from my talk: "Angel Investing for Fun and Profit." Grab them here.
BWI airport is growing on me.
The girl at the register definitely thought I was a weirdo for taking the photo. Totally worth it.
Surprises are fun! If you're in Cambridge tomorrow and even remotely interested in angel investing or startups, I hope you'll be stopping by. I'm stoked about speaking at Angel Bootcamp.
Oh hai. Maybe today I'll lie in the sun. And then again tomorrow...
Is it reasonable criticism? Absolutely.
Except when it’s being said by someone who cloned the site that he is now complaining is copying features from others.
Is that possible? Did they really invent the Digg idea completely independently from Digg six months after Digg launched? And no one at Y Combinator pointed out that there were similarities?