TweetEast Side Showroom for drinks or a meal (delicious and serves old fashioned drinks that take like 5 minutes to make). If in North Austin, the tres leches cake at Chuy’s. “Frank” for brunch. Magnolia for breakfast. South Congress Cafe for any meal, cool spot
TweetIf you’re looking for some reading on startups, here’s some of my last guest posts on TechCrunch and some other applicable posts on my own blog: http://techcrunch.com/2011/12/25/what-startup-to-build/ http://techcrunch.com/2011/11/27/will-it-end-very-badly-probably-not/ http://techcrunch.com/2011/06/08/turntable-addiction/ http://www.stevepoland.com/the-little-startup-that-couldnt-a-postmortem-of-myfavorites/ http://www.stevepoland.com/startup-homeruns/ http://www.stevepoland.com/repeat-after-me-i-will-not-do-another-startup-as-a-non-technical-founder-unless/
I miss 1998. I miss 2006. Separated by 8 years means that 2014 could hold the next evolution of tech startups.
TweetJust read this article: The Jig Is Up: Time to Get Past Facebook and Invent a New Future It is an excellent article and he conveys what I have been feeling for a couple years now, since Arrington was on his last legs at TechCrunch.
TweetCrunchbase for techies to specify city/state/country they from, and school, and employer(s). Thus the way ‘WeAreNYTech‘ is, but for all cities. Crunchbase isn’t complete. It also lacks those fields like school and employer. I want to connect with other Purdue grads in the tech/startup world.
TweetThis is simply an idea of doing a daily podcast where an app or website is discussed for 45-60 minutes with some other experts in the field… VCs, UX guys, etc. The rights, the wrongs.