I love the way that this image manages to: Provide a lot of information in a very small space, Has almost no useful practical purpose, Ironically brightens up your day if you can see the funny side of it (won’t happen if you were planning a hike and were looking for some specific forecasting!)
AirbedAndBreakfast is a new take on the finding-a-hotel-at-the-last-minute problem. You’ll probably pay one fourth of the price of a hotel… money that can be well spent on other necessities such as wine and cheese. And it might just be that you have more fun staying with a local than in a lonely hotel room. Isn’t […]
Top 10 tips for demoing/selling a start-up ever from Jason Calacanis. Strongly recommended reading in order to avoid boring your audience to death thus ensuring you never get funding and sales… many are guilty.
Which way is the fire exit? Consistency is one of the basic guiding principles of information design. This fire exit sign, which I saw in shopping mall, defies it utterly. The arrow points left but the flames and the running stickman indicate the exit is to the right. The situation is further confused by the […]
Will be in Geneva this weekend until Tuesday morning. If you’re in or around the city and would like to meet up drop me a line.
Guy Kawasaki reviews TicketLeap today, a new online service that democratises ticket (to paraphrase Guy). Having an interest in the company, Guy is obviously full of praise for these guys, however it went over to TicketLeap.com to check it out for myself and it’s most definitely an ace service. Here’s a quick run-down of what […]
Scoble has written some pretty positive stuff about Zude today so I went over to check it out. Zude is supposed to help the peasants build websites – a la MySpace but better – and while the video interviews on Scoble’s site are pretty cool, this is what I got when I signed up to Zude and asked it […]
This blog is intended to be a coming-together-place of snippets, thoughts and ideas about entrepreneurship, creativity, and simplicity. The main driving topic will be early-stage entrepreneurship, or in more conventional words, “start-ups”. The terminology is important however because I take ‘early-stage entrepreneurship’ to mean something slightly different from ‘start-up’. Or rather, slightly more focused. Typically, […]