I wrote my first guest blog post. It's about integrating with Google Drive and growing on platforms.
Read more on AllThingsD: A Year Later, What Google Drive Means for Startups
In second grade, I still didn't know how to read. I remember sitting at Sunday school and not being able to read the assignment. I tried to hide it and drew pictures instead.
Are you taken pleasure from this whipping you're giving yourself? Are you enjoying your despair?”“Lee!”“You’re pretty full of yourself. You’re marveling at the tragic spectacle of Caleb Trask—Caleb the magnificent, the unique. Caleb whose suffering should have its Homer.
10 years ago I sat down with my brother. He was about to attend a high attrition special forces course. The vast majority of candidates drop out.
I've been rejected by a lot of people and organizations over the years. The number of my rejections became so comical, that my parents put together a book.
There once was a farmer in China who had a horse. One day the horse ran away. All his neighbors came to console him about his bad luck, but he was not distressed. He told them, "Good luck, bad luck, who knows?"
A few days later the horse returned and with it was a mare. All his neighbors came to him to congratulate him on his good fortune, but again he would only say, "Good luck, bad luck, who knows?"
A week later his son was riding the mare, fell and broke his arm. Again the neighbors came to wish him condolences and tell him how very unlucky he was. The farmer shook his head and said, "Good luck, bad luck, who knows?"
A few days later, war was declared and all able-bodied young men were conscripted, but because of his son's broken arm, he was not."Good luck, bad luck, who knows?"
It's not easy to get into the startup scene. When I moved to San Francisco, I got some great advice on how to get started.