Six results:

Dave McClure / 500 Hats:
Expect more non-tech public companies to buy tech unicorns as a hedge against disruption   —  Yeah, There's a Bubble... But it Ain't in Tech … Everybody in the press loves to write stories about the next “Tech Bubble”.  —  Of course, they all think they've seen this movie before—twice in fact, in 2000 and in 2008.
Aug 21, 2016, 8:35 PMIn context
Dave McClure:
Why Menus Suck + Other Deep Thoughts on the Food Tech Revolution.   —  abstract: menus suck. … everyone eats, everyone is online; what the hell we waiting for?  —  disclosure: 500 Startups is an investor in E la Carte, and other food-tech startups like Blissmo, Chewse, ClubW, CraftCoffee …
Dec 30, 2012, 1:55 AMIn context
Dave McClure / 500hats:
What Hasn't Changed: The Internet Keeps Getting Bigger.   —  Recent articles by the WSJ, Fred Wilson, & others are noting a shift in investor interest to enterprise and away from consumer.  If true, this is a huge error... at least for entrepreneurs, angels, and smaller funds.
Nov 25, 2012, 10:15 PMIn context
Dave McClure:
Screw the Black Swans: Ichiro is our role model, not Barry Bonds.   —  There are probably better things for me to do today, however i feel compelled to respond to the Black Swan Farming post by Paul Graham, founding partner of Y Combinator.  —  Maybe you can call this post “Grooming for Ugly Ducklings”.
Sep 11, 2012, 10:40 PMIn context
Dave McClure:
Pink is the New Purple!  Dear Marissa: Think Different.   —  I'd like to write a different Open Letter to Marissa Mayer, that plays to both her strengths, as well as those of Yahoo.  It's a bit off the wall, but if you think it thru with me, I bet you'll agree with the strategy.
Jul 29, 2012, 11:10 PMIn context
Dave McClure:
late bloomer, not a loser.  (I hope)   —  most of the time I think of myself as a failure.  —  when I'm optimistic, I think maybe I'm just a late bloomer.  —  I know a lot of folks won't understand this perspective, but when I was growing up I was always the smartest kid around. it was expected …
Jul 8, 2012, 4:30 PMIn context

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