Selling out isn't selling out anymore. It's getting the brass ring. Jason Calacani
I only take causes or write about things that I am passionate about, and I do it with a certain flair and a sort of wink and a nod.
If the founder comes to work every day, and it's a struggle, that permeates the whole organization.
Car technology needs to advance, and the best place for that to happen in is Silicon Valley.
In the technology industry, a 48 hour work week would be, for most, a vacation.
The blogosphere is real, and it can be really harsh on fakes... so, if you're a phoney, you're going to get your bell rung.
The currency of blogging is authenticity and trust.
Things that look like an 'overnight success' typically are not.
The currency of blogging is authenticity and trust... you pay folks to blog about a product and you compromise that. I would almost care about this, but it's so obvious to everyone that this is either a joke or an idiot that there is nothing more to say.
Perhaps we are looking at this from a wrong perspective; this search for the truth, the meaning of life, the reason of God. We all have this mindset that the answers are so complex and so vast that it is almost impossible to comprehend. I think, on the contrary, that the answers are so simple; so si
I am not trying to model my career to be a one-hit wonder.
Until you use the iPad for a couple of weeks, you can't appreciate it. But it quickly becomes your primary consumption device.
Let's make it so the more you invest in YouTube, the better deal YouTube gets for you.
I've developed some deep relationships over the past couple of years blogging and I realize that those relationships manifest themselves in the links I find when I do my x a daily ego search over at Technorati.
Creative destruction is gonna be the greatest thing that can happen to Manhattan.
The idea is that angel investors are supposed to be wealthy people supporting people who need funds, typically who are not wealthy, and don't have the ability to do it themselves.
This is a speculative space and no one has made it work yet. So there is a lot of work to do. Frankly, I'm not sure how many of these we'll do We're going to see how this one goes and grow from there.
For a first-time entrepreneur, there's nothing better than being in Silicon Valley because there is so much going on, and there's such a large number of inventors, that even a B level idea or a C level idea could be nurtured and be given venture capital there.
Risk-taking is my thing... I think of my company as my chip stack.
YouTube has made a lot of changes to support time on site - a statistic they care about. But subscriber support is lacking.
Average people push great people out of a company.
To get people to switch from Google, you have to offer something twice as better. But the truth is, the world doesn't actually need better-quality search. I think we've got good enough search.
If you can't sell your product, it's not a product-it's a hobby.
Do I think there's going to be a business in blogging? Yes. Jason Calacani
Search folks don't understand editorial. I'm not afraid of editorial costs, just like machine-search folks are not afraid of computer servers.
As the founder of your company, you must be in love with your brand and inspired by your brand's mission if you have any hope of getting press for your product.
I find very few folks are watching their Facebook feed, some are watching their Twitter feed, and all of them are watching their email box. So, while social networks are nice, email is still the killer application.
The balance of power shifts on the Internet to the individual. This is a two-way medium. Jason Calacani
I ain't gonna work on YouTube's farm no more.
While people are quick to praise the wisdom of the crowd, being an old-school journalist, I look at the wisdom of the crowd and know it can quickly turn into a mob mentality.