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Secret’s Demise and Uber’s Next Potential Acquisition by The Jay & Farhad Show
Jay Yarow (Business Insider) talk abt Secret’s demise; Google Ventures partner compares failed startup Secret to 'a bank heist' - bit.ly/1h9RZFc &! Google Ventures partner sort of apologizes for comparing one of his portfolio companies to a 'bank heist' - bit.ly/1NQsFyI // 2012-mid 2015 Environment: FOMO! // @StartupLJackson - startupljackson.com/post/118338084025/secret-financing - "Their big issue was that they were Silicon Valley famous before product-market fit, which meant the failure was public and the hype cycle inescapable. That may have been their fault, may not have been. Journalists can sort that out. Other founders: don’t ever do this." what other names/co come 2 mind, being Hyped, feeding the hype & failing very publicly!? Kevin Rose - Digg, Dennis Crowley fights not to fail publicly with Foursquare, Twitter post-IPO, FriendFeed in its own way, ?Photo? 40m no product, Bebo post-AOL acquisition, Consumer Products are inherently hard and luck based. Path.
Secret  Venture  Capital  Google  Ventures  FOMO  Silicon  Valley  ethical  machine  termsheet  Whisper  anonymity  pseudonym  Trend  Hype  Cycle  Yik  Yak  Beme  Casey  Neistat  Dennis  Crowley  foursquare  Digg  Kevin  Rose  consumer  product  Product/Market  Fit  Bebo  AOL  Twitter  Friendfeed  Path  Dave  Morin  Friendster  StudiVZ 
august 2015 by asterisk2a
Former Reddit CEO Ellen Pao: The trolls are winning the battle for the Internet - The Washington Post
--- 444 comments and counting - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Helen_Lewis_(journalist)#Lewis.27s_law // By Ellen Pao // PAX East 2014: Why Internet Jerks Aren’t Going to Win, And You Can Help // Posted by Patrick Klepek | Apr. 17, 2014 9:37am // Depression Quest designer Zoe Quinn joined me to talk about the Internet, and how we can make things just a tiny bit better. // via http://redd.it/3djpjy // the frictionless type thing of the internet and the anonymity - is an enabler of the best and worst in us.
Reddit  Ellen  Pao  Troll  Trolls  haters  hater  SJW  #GamerGate  hate  speech  frictionless  cyber  mobbing  cyber  bullying  sexual  harassment  harassment  gender-based  harassment  Twitter  Facebook  Digg  YouTube  sexism  everyday  sexism  sexismus  Misogynie  misogyny  Patriarchy  male  privilege  white  male  privilege  straight  white  male  feminism  feminist  4chan  anonymity 
july 2015 by asterisk2a
Reddit's fate hangs in the balance as revolt against CEO makes waves | Technology | The Guardian
While more than 200,000 Redditors want Ellen Pao to resign, readers are jumping ship to budding competitor sites as top brass pushes to go mainstream [...] Redditors – as users are called – have accused the site of increasingly trying to monetize its popularity, and it appears their sentiments came to a head last Thursday, when Reddit’s popular director of talent, Victoria Taylor, was let go from her post. [...] a company torn between catering to commercial interests, and an obsession with giving voice to every possible perspective. [...] But some have suggested that the latest revolt is a flashpoint in a wider clash of cultures. The web’s largest agglomeration of niche enthusiasts provides a portal for people to make friends and enemies in a wide range of different communities, including some less reputable forums that have come under increasing scrutiny. &! bit.ly/1NMqxYG - Memo to VCs: Not every site with gargantuan traffic is destined to be a billion dollar public company
Reddit  business  model  Ellen  Pao  user  generated  content  Venture  Capital  Alexis  Ohanian  Digg  4chan  The  Wars  Start-Up  lesson  Start-Up  advice  community  community  management  communication  Twitter  Dick  Costolo  mainstream  mass  market  critical  mass  mass  culture  Facebook  Pinterest  foursquare  Dennis  Crowley  Tumblr  Flickr  Instagram  Snapchat  Vine  Periscope  Meerkat  MySpace  AOL  Yahoo!  Y!  Yahoo 
july 2015 by asterisk2a
Once the web's fastest growing aggregator, Upworthy pivots | Capital New York
hit a ceiling, diminishing returns // Upworthy turns to original content Upworthy plans to pivot from aggregating stories it hopes will get thousands — or millions — of shares on social networks to producing those stories itself. The company has laid off six staffers and hired five writers to facilitate that shift. // https://www.crunchbase.com/organization/upworthy
Upworthy  BuzzFeed  content  curation  content  creator  creative  destruction  The  Wars  noise  pollution  noise  Newsfeed  filter  bubble  algorithm  algorithms  differentiate  differentiation  snacking  user  behaviour  aggregation  aggregator  Digg  Reddit  user  generated  content  business  model  content  marketing  native  advertising  mobile  homescreen  mobile  first  attention  span  Millennials  generationy  distraction  journalismus  investigative  journalism  journalism  Huffington  Post  AOL  Yahoo!  Yahoo  Y!  Flipboard  Facebook  Twitter  e-mail  Platform  TOS 
june 2015 by asterisk2a
"The social aggregator is a terrible business model." : TheoryOfReddit
If you charge users up front to use your service, all things being equal, they are more likely to use one that is free, especially if an up-and-coming one offers something new and compelling. If you charge your users by selling their information and views to advertisers, then your service is beholden to those parties that buy the information and views, and this results in motivations that take priority to the user experience. For these reasons, starting with VC funding is a poison pill for social aggregators, as the profit pressure runs contrary to the conditions and patience necessary for community building and early growth. // https://hubski.com/pub?id=219234
Social  Network  Facebook  Friendfeed  Friendster  MySpace  Twitter  Google+  Google  Search  Consumer  App  Venture  Capital  business  model  Reddit  Digg 
may 2015 by asterisk2a
Authors@Google: Sarah Lacy - YouTube
39:25 "most sceptical about" not doubling down on success after building it for lean/being frugal. // 44:30 Larry Ellison stil at the helm of his company (Oracle). + Intel (3 Founders). Everyone else got thrown out (ie Apple, Steve Jobs). Larry Ellison can handle market/wall street/etc etc ... vs ... Kevin Rose and Ev Williams and other product guys who do want to do cool things and not manage a company and people and product teams. << Consumer Product oriented vs technology/enterprise oriented. // min 50 history has it that public internet company darlings never stayed darling for more than 4-5 years. Get addicted to barbie doll metrics/vanity as a consequence steer the company off a cliff instead of driving it/risking it, to a certain extent, into the fog of disruption and growth. deferred gratification. // &! twitter.com/pkedrosky/status/585862202751520768 - When a public growth company stalls, it almost never recovers. (Study from 1955 to 2006.) hbr.org/2008/03/when-growth-stalls
Digg  Kevin  Rose  book  Silicon  Valley  dotcom  dot.com  Marc  Andreessen  PayPal  Mafia  PayPal  Larry  Ellison  Oracle 
april 2015 by asterisk2a
- Startups - Sarah Lacy, Founder, Editor-in-Chief, and CEO of PandoMedia -TWiST #329 - YouTube
Digg had leadership vaccum and Kevin Rose tend's to doubt himself (fear of failure, breaking Digg, breaking the lucky streak/breakout hit what he/they've had) 12:30 - Silicon Valleys Unicorn's personal press core distorts other 'moderate' success, and those are looked down on them and feel worse than failure, for people and entrepreneurs, running sustainable cash flow businesses with 5-10% m/m growth rate. << Symptom of a self-serving universe/culture/bubble.
Silicon  Valley  Digg  Unicorn  distortion  Failure  TechCrunch  Mike  Arrington  public  image  public  interest  public  discourse  public  perception  Venture  Capital  Angel  Investor  bubble 
april 2015 by asterisk2a
The Bebo Lawsuit, and the Tragedy of Departed Founders Who Can’t Let Go | PandoDaily
In my early twenties, as I’ve written before in painful detail, I was kicked out of several companies that I co-founded. Like after any relationship gone sour, I decided the best approach was to simply move on and never look back. (Note: I was less good following that advice when actual relationships went sour). Really that’s the only sensible approach. To many entrepreneurs, the company that made their name and fortune is like a first-born child. Suddenly finding oneself no longer intimately involved in its upbringing is impossibly difficult to deal with, especially when its new parents are — to one’s own mind at least — mistreating it. But there’s a difference between a child and a company: You can put a price on a company. And many entrepreneurs, including Michael Birch have done precisely that.
Bebo  Michael  Birch  AOL  M&A  Facebook  Social  Media  Web  2.0  Digg  2008  Silicon  Valley  Start-Up  lesson  Start-Up  advice 
april 2015 by asterisk2a
What's wrong with the media - YouTube
sexy vs starchy / we need better varieties of celebrities. >> new kind of public thinkers.
Linkbait  linkbaiting  mainstream  media  Clickbait  BuzzFeed  Upworthy  Digg  Reddit  exploitation  pageviews  democracy  business  model  Signal  vs.  Noise  filter  bubble  Newsfeed  journalism  journalismus  The  Content  Wars 
march 2015 by asterisk2a
Exclusive: Sean Rad Out As Tinder CEO. Inside The Crazy Saga - Forbes
@Tinder majority owner IAC pushes cofounder @SeanRad from his CEO position to oversee product; he will remain on the board & serve as acting exec pending a new CEO hire; @Forbes profiles Rad, recaps the sexual harassment suit & details Tinder's 2-yr rise to 30M registered users & 1.2B daily prospective matches
Tinder  Digg  Hype  Cycle  Silicon  Valley  IAC 
november 2014 by asterisk2a
Reddit Raising Big Funding Round With Help From Y Combinator Contacts | Re/code
Sources said the almost-anything-goes site has reached a preliminary agreement to sell less than 10 percent of the company for more than $50 million. That could give the company a valuation of upward of $500 million. Given investors’ new-found appetite for content companies — see: BuzzFeed, Twitch — Reddit’s valuation may swell significantly by the time the deal is done, well above the $400 million it was looking for in 2013. [...] 133 million visitors a month +++ http://pando.com/2014/09/08/can-investors-throw-money-at-reddit-without-losing-their-souls/
Reddit  content  BuzzFeed  community  Twitch  YouTube  curation  content  curation  Niche  mainstream  Newsfeed  Twitter  content  network  content  distribution  content  discovery  publishing  2.0  Upworthy  Digg  stumbleupon 
september 2014 by asterisk2a
How Jonah Peretti and BuzzFeed Got to $850 Million | Re/code
BuzzFeed +500 people. Even if you want to slight the company as nothing more than a Reddit repackager, someone has to do that repackaging. But if you’re only looking at BuzzFeed as a media company, then that $850 million might seem optimistic. Last year, people around the company pegged BuzzFeed’s 2013 revenue at $60 million, and now they’re supposedly on track for $120 million. Which means Dixon and his co-workers at Andreessen Horowitz are likely valuing Jonah Perreti’s company at something like 10x trailing 12-month sales. Investors value the New York Times at 1.2x sales. Time Inc. is at 0.77x. Time Warner, which mints money, is at 2x. + Are There Internet Dialects? http://youtu.be/SDPasRas5u0 Transporting Internet language, dialects, memes etc and ideas how to present stuff in an enlightening manner to mainstream. Still, thank god, there is a gap and lets hope there will always be a gap. ++ !! "most revenues come from creating ads for other brands" !! ++ http://bit.ly/1r64hlX
disrupting  markets  disruption  Social  Media  BuzzFeed  Venture  Capital  Reddit  viral  virality  Listicle  Signal  vs.  Noise  content  Entertainment  Industry  Entertainment  youthification  youth  culture  internet  culture  gifs  gif  mobile  homescreen  mobile  first  creativity  creative  creative  destruction  Huffington  Post  Disney  Maker  Studios  content  creator  content  curation  content  distribution  content  discovery  curation  curator  Twitter  Facebook  instant  gratification  short-form  content  interactive  content  micro  content  native  content  Niche  native  advertising  marketing  journalismus  Journalism  VICE  barriers  to  entry  SEM  SEO  mainstream  mainstream  meme  4chan  communication  language  Tumblr  values  identity  participation  speech  communities  speech  community  Pinterest  Newsfeed  Digg  domain  expertise  domain  knowledge  Creatives  Millennials  generationy  multi-product  company  Remix  value  creation  job  creation  Yahoo!  AOL 
august 2014 by asterisk2a
- Startups - Kevin Rose of Milk - TWiST #218 - YouTube
ideas on paper are nothing. test them out. if it has traction - got to go all in. wear it as badge of honour, if your idea, that you put from paper into the real world, fails. its part of your body of work. it's nothing personal. [...] 1:04 hrs in "it's business, it is nothing personal." ... 1:06:25 - Lesson: If something has critical mass (centrifugal mass, has its own gravitational field ... pull), it can not be stopped even when mistakes are made; Fail Whale (Twitter Technical Fails and management-internal fights etc, Facebook and Privacy, Google and Privacy Yahoo! (mismanagement) and it's unsexy non-hip non-attractive brand, and uninspiring front-page). ... Further in: Focus has to be on product, to reach scale. Product centric CEO's (Larry Page, Dick Costolo, Zuckerberg) don't put a big banner ad on the front-page of their product. it ruins the user experience and adds no value. it subtracts value. where is the value proposition of that? + http://youtu.be/HtRfHASjtcA
Start-Up  lesson  Start-Up  advice  Lean  Start-Up  Yahoo!  Twitter  Facebook  brand  brands  branding  Product  Design  consumer  multi-product  company  Product  Officer  management  Product/Market  Fit  systems  system  webdesign  web  ethical  machine  Marissa  Mayer  experience  user  experience  UI  UX  Value  Proposition  added  digital  natives  native  advertising  advertorial  advertisement  advertising  Digg  Mark  Zuckerberg  Larry  Page  Dick  Costolo  long-term  thinking  long-term  view  short-term  thinking  Wall  Street  WallStreet  add  creation 
july 2014 by asterisk2a
Path’s kiss of death compliment: “It’s hugely popular in Indonesia!” | PandoDaily
[+ Raising Too Much Money for a too small product and market!?] It may be the beginning of the end for a company that was once offered $125 million to sell to Google – in a high priced acquihire – less that six months into its existence and before the company even launched. [...] So, what went so wrong? The answer seems to be a combination of poor execution, an excessive focus on design over utility (not to mention differentiation), and a keeping up with the Joneses desire to spend lavishly. [...] The company has always been a reflection of Morin, including his obsessiveness over design and his proclivity for spending. For example, Path reportedly built its team with a designer to developer ratio of 1-to-2, as compared to an industry average that is likely closer to 1-to-20 (or even lower, although precise figures are hard to come by). [[ ~ Spending for the wrong means to an end. ~ ]] [[ ... Inside the bubble that is the Valley and the Fetish ... ]]
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may 2014 by asterisk2a
"The main thing that has caused companies to fail, in my view, is that they missed the future," - Larry Page At TED - Business Insider
"The main thing that has caused companies to fail, in my view, is that they missed the future," Page said. This is why Google is going full steam ahead working on a variety of projects.  "When we bought Android, it was small and I felt guilty working on it, but it was smart, it was the future," he said.
Google  entrepreneurial  entrepreneurship  entrepreneur  Start-Up  SMB  SME  management  Amazon  Apple  Microsoft  IBM  Lenovo  commoditization  commodity  business  Facebook  Twitter  YouTube  Digg  Reddit  Dell  Samsung  Nokia  Motorola  Siemens  AOL  Yahoo  Yahoo!  Larry  Page  ericschmidt  people  management  business  cycle  business  model  creative  destruction  innovation  innovator  value  creation  job  creation  creative  creativity  Inspiration  inspirational  workplace  Kodak  Porn  Music  Industry  Hollywood  Entertainment  Industry  TV  Television 
march 2014 by asterisk2a
Will Foursquare CEO Dennis Crowley Finally Get It Right? | Fast Company | Business Innovation
It's a compelling prospect: If Google has built a $294 billion business based on your explicit searches, Foursquare's bet is that the data behind your implicit intent are just as lucrative. [...] If you check in at Walgreens, should we show you an ad for toothpaste? We're not sure," he says. "Does that dilute the experience?" [...] And Crowley is well aware of what's become of him: His identity is his company; he is only as mature as it is. "I've thought about it for a while, and to me it's like I've got to close this chapter in my life before I can go on to the next one,"
Dennis  Crowley  foursquare  Twitter  Start-Up  entrepreneurship  entrepreneur  Pivot  monetization  monetize  Brand  Deal  advertisement  advertising  marketing  Yelp  Facebook  Google  geolocation  hyperlocal  GPS  Smartphone  Founders  co-founders  co-founder  Yahoo  Search  Intent  Web  3.0  Google  Autocomplete  Autocomplete  Social  Media  Web  2.0  Instagram  Vine  Flickr  Tumblr  philosophy  identity  Jack  Dorsey  Kevin  Systrom  David  Karp  Kevin  Rose  Digg 
february 2014 by asterisk2a
Announcing an audacious proposal | Dalton Caldwell
The advertising-supported monoculture

“The best minds of my generation are thinking about how to make people click ads. That sucks.” - Jeff Hammerbacher, fmr. Manager of Facebook Data Team, founder of Cloudera

[...]

I want a real alternative to advertising hell… I would gladly pay for a service that treats me better.

The disappointment of Web 2.0
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december 2012 by asterisk2a
RIP Digg.
The lesson from Digg is crucial as Silicon Valley’s ecosystem has made it easier and easier to start a company. It’s that a great product is necessary but not nearly enough. Building a real company is harder, and it takes execution and leadership. Things like a New York-based CEO and a sometimes-distracted co-founder took a toll on Digg in its most pivotal days. As I wrote in my book a year after that cover, startups reflect their founders’ personalities. Back then, Slide was characterized by silent intensity, Facebook was like a messy, pizza-stained dorm room, and Digg? Well, Digg’s offices were empty most evenings.
digg  history  business  web2.0  siliconvalley  kevinrose  entrepreneurship  entrepreneur  startup  founders  facebook 
march 2011 by asterisk2a
CEO Ditches Digg: Is the Dream Over? - Digg - Gawker
Can Digg ever become the powerhouse it so badly wanted to be? It's a natural question amid the departure of five-year CEO Jay Adelson, the latest in a line of painful goodbyes for the social news site.

Since starting Digg with Adelson and two others in late 2004, Kevin Rose has plowed through potential acquirers like a pitiable romantic suitor: From Google to News Corp. to IAC to Current TV, Rose watched his would-be relationships fizzle rather than consummate. With Adelson gone, maybe it's time scale down dreams of a big acquisition and try to focus on converting traffic—finally growing again after getting trounced by Twitter for a year (see below) — into profit. In the meantime, we'd love to hear the backstory behind Adelson's exit.
digg  jayadelson  kevinrose 
april 2010 by asterisk2a
Kevin Rose Becomes CEO in Shake-up at Digg
Digg, which filters the news through user voting, was a groundbreaking site but has lost ground to the likes of Facebook and Twitter, which offer more personal ways of finding news. In order to compete, Digg is preparing for a major redesign that will make it more of a personalized news reader and offer better publisher tools for syndicating news.
digg  kevinrose  revision3  jayadelson 
april 2010 by asterisk2a
AOL's Armstrong Tells CNBC He Is More Interested In Nichebusters Than Blockbusters (Full Transcript)
TRENDS:
- Consumer Web
- Fragmented Web
- Discovery of Content
- Making it Pay
- Social in its many forms are here, there is a manifestation.
niche  aol  content  future  trend  internet  web  publishing  interest  portal  digg  media  fragmented  fragmentation  consumer 
february 2010 by asterisk2a
Welcome to Apache Hadoop!
twitter uses hadoop + pig instead of mysql.
+ casandra like digg and facebook.
>> bc its scalable
hadoop  distributed  scalability  cluster  mapreduce  grid  twitter  facebook  digg 
october 2009 by asterisk2a
The History and Evolution of Social Media | Webdesigner Depot
Good overview how things evolved.
Some facts about certain startups are not entirely correct, but can be dismissed for the amount of content.
socialmedia  history  internet  IRC  Usenet  ICQ  digg  facebook  wasabe  friendfeed  twitter 
october 2009 by asterisk2a
High Scalability - High Scalability - 10 Ways to Take your Site from One to One Million Users by Kevin Rose
How to reward users. Measurement.
Simplicity.
Build, release, feedback, revise, build, release, feedback, revise, ...
Do un-rural / unusual PR, Hack the Press, Traditional PR is dead
Connect with community
Advisors
Leverage
Provide value (metrics, information, in depth analysis)
Analyze traffic
The big picture (macro economics).
kevinrose  digg  growth  marketing  business  tips  startup  webdev  start-up  simplicity  simplification  pr  analytics  macroeconomics 
october 2009 by asterisk2a

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