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Technology and marketing in the world of tomorrow

  • Read Stoicism

    Your first philosophers: Marcus Aurelius, Epictetus, Seneca, and one strange new face. Why the first books people read about Stoicism should be by one of these guys. On Stoicism Graduation season is...

  • Bitcoin is Trust

    Last week, I invited a few friends to come together and talk about Bitcoin. The conversation was wide ranging (read: ill-organized), but interesting. Three key topics emerged out of the djin: Past Examples...

  • Optimal Team Structure for B2B Marketing

    Jascha Kaykas-Wolff is the CMO of Mindjet, and is an exceptional marketing leader. Last week, Jascha posted a short slide deck that covers how he builds marketing organizations.  I worked with him closely at...

  • Fred Wilson on the Future of Venture Capital

    Fred Wilson thinks that Venture Capital is changing -- in 25 years, VCs may not have any assets under management. Last night, Sarah Lacy asked Fred Wilson 'The Thiel Question' - something that Peter Thiel...

  • Oracle acquires Eloqua

    Some interesting news this morning - Oracle acquired Eloqua for just over 800mm. This is a huge validation of enterprise marketing technology and is going to have impact on the industry. This gives Oracle a...

  • Time is running out, will App.net get funded?

    According to the tagline on his blog, Dalton Caldwell does things the hard way. He's certainly proven that with his latest effort, choosing to forgo traditional investment for his new social network that promises...

  • So you want to be a Growth Hacker?

    A friend recently asked twitter for some recommendations on what to read if they want to learn about Growth Hacking. Being a great marketer (fine, fine "growth hacker) is about nurturing two very different...

  • The Trick to Viral Growth

    I recently helped a friend prioritize their measurement framework for a series of growth experiments. Here's a lightly edited version of my advice. When looking to focus on user growth, it's generally...

  • No Technology Dies

    Kevin Kelly's "What Technology Wants" is one of the most important books I've read in the past decade. If you're at all involved in technology innovation, it's required reading. I use several of the ideas...

  • Karma could mean billions for Facebook.

    Facebook acquired mobile commerce startup, Karma. This acquisition didn't get nearly the attention it deserved. As Chris Dixon wrote about Facebook's Business Model: The key question when trying to value...

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