Since I’ve gotten into the VC business I’ve often advised founders that venture funding isn’t a pre-requisite for building their company.
Sometimes venture capital is an excellent way to fund deficits during the leap of faith stage and beyond.
But there are multiple other ways to fund a…
Đo lường blog tumblr của chính mình, điểm cao ngất ngưỡng.. nhưng vẫn còn đang scanning.. Thống kê đc 70% bài post là gốc, cũng đc đi :))
Numblr is a free analytic website for Tumblr. It scans your post history to create a detailed breakdown of information. The information gathered at Numblr isn’t as in-depth as the tools previously mentioned, but you are able to receive relevant information on data such as: note to post ratio, your percentage of original content, and your total posts. You can also track other Tumblr sites to benchmark competition.
This thing still exists.
I read a lot during the week. Going forward, I’ll be sharing a collection of links, from around the web, that I’ve found most interesting when thinking about the work we do at Undercurrent.
To learn more about Responsive Organizations, visit undercurrent.com and stay up to date with our…
Best link roundup for digital transformation.
According to Aaron Dignan, the CEO of the management consultancy Undercurrent in New York, Holacracy’s minimization of hierarchies enables companies to react faster in the marketplace. His own company converted to Holacracy six months ago, and it now works with companies such as GE and American Express. “It’s freed us up to be faster and be more adaptive in the long run,” he says.
Crane Operator Captures Shanghai Via
Chinese crane operator Wei Gensheng saw many incredible photo ops while working on a crane over 2000 feet above the city of Shanghai, and there he found the perfect subject for his photography- the city itself.
These soaring sky high shots are quite literally breathtaking, especially when you consider the perspective of the photographer, and it’s safe to say nobody has ever seen the city of Shanghai captured photographically in this way before.
Nice places to sit.
Stanley Park, Vancouver.