Robert Scoble had a talk with RJ Owen, Senior Developer at EffectiveUI. He discusses how to create great user experiences for Web apps.
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Drobo is an impressive piece of hardware, automagically managing backup of your important files in an optimal way, across any different size disk combinations. You have to see if for yourself:
I would definitely buy a Drobo if they launch it over here in Norway.
Here’s an interview with Reid Hoffman, founder and angel investor of LinkedIn. Mr Hoffman has been an active investor in many projects based in the Silicon Valley area, such as the highly popular social networking sites Facebook and Flickr, amongst others, and here shares his views on these types of websites and where he thinks things are headed.
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I found this interview quite interesting because I recently rekindled my interest in entrepreneurship after having studied it a bit during my recent last semester, and even ventured on some very small entrepreneurial projects myself in the past.
I found the part later in the interview, when Shukla mentions how the technology of Web 2.0 is opening up new opportunities especially for low-cost startups, especially interesting.
From PodTech: “Anu Shukla is a serial entrepreneur who is currently busy with MyOfferPal, her third start-up, now in stealth mode (it recently received VC funding).”
Ferriss brings up some really great points in this video interview, the gist of it being tips on how to live more and work less.
When you think about it, are you actually working just for work’s sake or are you working in order to reach your own life goals?
Check it out:
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Click here for a shorter version with only highlights (8+ minutes, new window, external link).