1. The Angel VC: Five ways to build a $100 million business →

  2. Mixpanel Blog | Mobile Analytics →

  3. Want To Hook Users? Drive Them Crazy. (An Intro to Variable Rewards) | Nir and Far →

  4. How To Manufacture Desire | TechCrunch →

  5. How To Fit Hard Thinking Into a Busy Schedule : →

  6. Seth's Blog: Magic Generosity = the brand crush →

  7. The mom test for good customer feedback | by @robfitz | Figuring out early stage startups →

  8. I think false positives are the 2nd most dangerous trap for early-stage founders. The #1 trap is imaginary positives (convincing yourself it’s a good idea without any external data whatsoever). At least the false ones get you talking to people, even if you’ve tainted the experiment and misinterpreted the results.

    — The mom test for good customer feedback | by @robfitz | Figuring out early stage startups

  9. He might go on to tell you that their system totally fails when partners are traveling, which happens a lot

    — The mom test for good customer feedback | by @robfitz | Figuring out early stage startups

  10. The Last Medium →

  11. How side projects saved our startup →

  12. Photoshop is not a design tool. →

  13. Luster →

  14. It’s tempting, yet entirely ineffective, to attempt tackling everything by yourself. To be calm and productive, you need to recognize your weaknesses and ask for help when you need it.

    — How Successful People Stay Calm

  15. It’s easy to think that unrealistic deadlines, unforgiving bosses, and out-of-control traffic are the reasons we’re so stressed all the time.

    — How Successful People Stay Calm