The single most important difference between early markets and mainstream markets is that the former are willing to take responsibility for piecing together the whole product (in return for getting a jump on their competition), whereas the latter are not
—Geoffrey A. Moore (crossing the chasm)
Science is what we understand well enough to explain to a computer. Art is everything else we do
I love The Simpsons! They are hilarious!! For example, how the hell Matt Groening imagined an scene like that? Hehehe! Go Lenny, go!! :-D
Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success
Some weeks ago I met Itxaso del Palacio at the final of a catalan Entrepreneur’s Contest. After talking for a while with her I felt like I knew her from before. She was great! She is really close to the entrepreneur atmosphere. She had lived in San Francisco for some years taking her PhD. where she analysed the entrepreneurs way in Berkeley & Stanford (I think)
We ended that meeting with exchanging our Skype usernames so we could keep talking. After a second talk through Skype it is possible I’m giving a talk to some of her students at Maresme University about lessons I learned about building an entrepreneur team due to my two years experience.
Before ending that talk, Itxaso told me some really good advices she learned in the Valley that I want to share with you. She told me that in the Valley, you should never end a conversation without asking these two questions:
¿Let me know who I should speak to next? ¿Can you introduce me to them?
The ART to STart :-D
This is my first tumblr post!
I will try to keep this “blog” updater more frequently than my old blogger… This is one of my new year 2010 wishes :-D Maybe I’ll do in the near futurE a shortlist of all my new year wishes. Can you suggest me some?
I will also try to write all my entries here in English in order to practice a bit and, by the way, reach worldwide audience!!! So don’t hesitate to fix me whenever you want!!
Welcome to Joe Lovely tumblr!!
It has to start somewhere. It has to start sometime. What better place than here? What better place than now?
—Zack de la Rocha