So Close. – Hacker Noon


33 bookmarks. First posted by sh 16 days ago.


You’ve got to be a right asshole to such breathless self-praise about your inability to design within constraints
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14 days ago by dinomite
From the pride in his overworked employees to the belief that high-end consumer products provide a pathway to joy to the casual mention of integrated, seamless data collection, everything about this article borders on self-parody. Juicero 2.0?
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15 days ago by seanstern
We were driven to build a product that people would fall in love with. On a warm summer evening, I’m at a dinner with a small group invited to meet David…
15 days ago by jayhoffmann
the $700 lock fiasco. if this was satire, it would be amazing
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15 days ago by cglinka
RT : I love these startup post-mortems that lack all self awareness. Maybe the world wasn’t ready for a $699 doorknob
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15 days ago by thewavingcat
RT : I love these startup post-mortems that lack all self awareness. Maybe the world wasn’t ready for a $699 doorknob
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15 days ago by Fallingbadgers
So upsetting.
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16 days ago by alexpriest
We were driven to build a product that people would fall in love with. On a warm summer evening, I’m at a dinner with a small group invited to meet David…
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16 days ago by dentarg
RT : I love these startup post-mortems that lack all self awareness. Maybe the world wasn’t ready for a $699 doorknob
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16 days ago by brokenbottleboy
We were driven to build a product that people would fall in love with. On a warm summer evening, I’m at a dinner with a small group invited to meet David Candaux, a top Swiss watch maker. via Pocket
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16 days ago by trisignia
RT : I love these startup post-mortems that lack all self awareness. Maybe the world wasn’t ready for a $699 doorknob
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16 days ago by briantrice
RT : I love these startup post-mortems that lack all self awareness. Maybe the world wasn’t ready for a $699 doorknob
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16 days ago by gregbrown
I love these startup post-mortems that lack all self awareness. Maybe the world wasn’t ready for a $699 doorknob
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16 days ago by maciej
I love these startup post-mortems that lack all self awareness. Maybe the world wasn’t ready for a $699 doorknob
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16 days ago by zen4ever
I love these startup post-mortems that lack all self awareness. Maybe the world wasn’t ready for a $699 doorknob
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16 days ago by vu3rdd
I love these startup post-mortems that lack all self awareness. Maybe the world wasn’t ready for a $699 doorknob
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16 days ago by nchaimov
I love these startup post-mortems that lack all self awareness. Maybe the world wasn’t ready for a $699 doorknob
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16 days ago by carlfish
I love these startup post-mortems that lack all self awareness. Maybe the world wasn’t ready for a $699 doorknob
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16 days ago by silentbicycle
I love these startup post-mortems that lack all self awareness. Maybe the world wasn’t ready for a $699 doorknob
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16 days ago by riking
I love these startup post-mortems that lack all self awareness. Maybe the world wasn’t ready for a $699 doorknob
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16 days ago by stringsn88keys
I love these startup post-mortems that lack all self awareness. Maybe the world wasn’t ready for a $699 doorknob
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16 days ago by acdha
I love these startup post-mortems that lack all self awareness. Maybe the world wasn’t ready for a $699 doorknob
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16 days ago by adamamyl
I love these startup post-mortems that lack all self awareness. Maybe the world wasn’t ready for a $699 doorknob
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16 days ago by timerickson
Close only counts in horseshoes and hand grenades.
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16 days ago by nicksergeant
~40-50 person startup, built a $600 lock, manufacturing in china, entered agreement to be acquired, stopped looking for other funding; deal fell through on the last day, no more cash, shutting down.
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16 days ago by sh