Monthly Archives: July 2009

The 100-hour work week myth

Chris Yeh calls out workaholism as the stupid choice it is: If you work 100-hour weeks, no one (investors, co-founders, employees) can blame you if things don’t work out, right? And I like to think I’ve worked a lot smarter … Continue reading

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Open Letter to Virtual currency companies: “universal” is not a feature

Interesting post from Lisa Rutherford about reaching for a universal currency and some discussion about some problems with that dream. While the glories of a “universal” currency are appealing, I think this might be a “feature” that is in fact … Continue reading

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