This is a great read. Lots to take apart in this one.
Floodgate’s Mike Maples: Network Businesses Will Disrupt Your Business | Fortune.com:
Today, I am convinced that:
Software-defined networks will be the most valuable businesses, displacing traditional corporations as central actors.
Networks can bring exponential improvements in prosperity throughout the world.
Networks will encounter fierce resistance from traditional businesses, governments, and other parts of society that don’t want a different future.
Tech leaders are part of the problem, and this needs to change for networks to realize their full potential.
I love reading about someone still working at a company 15 years and counting.
In an exclusive interview, Sonos’ chief product officer Nick Millington charts the company’s history and hints at where it could go in the future—like outside your house.
— Read on www.wired.com/story/sonos-nick-millington-exclusive-interview/
This is so good. Read all of it.
Penn Jillette, In Conversation
Good read. Has some solid advice from a few people but one of my fav’s is Amit from RedDoorz.
Surveying the travel startup landscape, part 2: Front line tips from the founders | PhocusWire:
Amit Saberwal is founder and CEO of RedDoorz, which has more than 500 budget properties in 16 Indonesian cities, Singapore and the Philippines. Founded in 2015, RedDoorz handles distribution, pricing, marketing, customer service and technology for properties under its brand, but it does not own them. RedDoorz has raised $20 million in funding. Before launching RedDoorz, Saberwal was chief business officer at MakeMyTrip.
I miss Brad.
Always love to reconnect with him via his posts.
This is a good one.
I love this list:
As such the dance metaphor completes itself when adding the holy grail of feelings of belonging. Which completes the triad:
1 Diversity (being invited to the party)
2 Inclusion (being asked to dance)
3 Belonging (dancing like no one is watching)
Good to see this – seems everyone was so quiet in the LA area. CBS is totally blowing it by not at least putting him on leave till they actually fire him.
I just returned from a week’s vacation in the mountains where I had almost no Internet access but was aware that Ronan Farrow had published a damning sexual misconduct article about Les Moonves, the…
— Read on bothsidesofthetable.com/why-its-time-for-les-moonves-to-go-db7a50417acf