Thinkers / 23 January 2012
Fifty years ago this year, the New York City Board of Estimate voted down Robert Moses' plan to build a ten-lane elevated highway across lower Manhattan--leveling fourteen blocks along Broome Street in Little Italy and what is now SoHo, as well as the West Village.  Jane Jacobs, a community activist, led the
Thinkers / 17 January 2012
Tweet I am ecstatic to announce the creation of Brooklyn Bridge Ventures--my new seed investment fund.It is the first
Thinkers / 09 January 2012
Tweet I haven’t spent much time talking about SOPA and PIPA, the two twin bills trying to make their way through
Thinkers / 05 January 2012
The other day, a guy I met was raving about the idea behind Loosecubes. He's always looking for random desks and
Thinkers / 03 January 2012
"Sometimes you’re ahead, sometimes you’re behind…the race is long, and in the end, it’s only
Thinkers / 26 December 2011
Tweet One of the best things any investor can do is to pull back from the day to day of getting pitches and think about
Thinkers / 23 December 2011
With all of this news about Brooklyn's tech scene, I've been thinking a lot about what made the NYC innovation
Thinkers / 19 December 2011
Seemingly to save face, Stanford pulled out of NYC's Applied Sciences initiative to build a world-class engineering
Thinkers / 16 December 2011
I came to a realization the other day about why I love biking in the city so much--why weaving in and out of traffic
Thinkers / 13 December 2011
I'm sure science knows a lot more about how the brain works than I do.  I've read quite a number of books about
Thinkers / 12 December 2011
I’m just as familiar with the New York Tech Meetup as anyone.  I was one of the first 100 members, dating
Thinkers / 07 December 2011
How many entrepreneurs started out by asking the question "How do I want my users and customers to feel when using my
Thinkers / 05 December 2011
I run into a lot of people trying to switch careers and join a startup.  They're trying to get product positions
Thinkers / 30 November 2011
Jennie Baird left a comment on Monday's post about learning from each job and I think that is of the most critical
Thinkers / 28 November 2011
Tweet This is the first of a series of posts this week on careers in innovation and startups--sort of a thought
Thinkers / 16 November 2011
Over two years ago, I suggested to Yelp that they should pay attention to Foursquare.  While that post resulted in
Thinkers / 10 November 2011
Tweet There are a lot of reasons not to like the space that Publicstuff is in.  The company sells to local
Thinkers / 09 November 2011
Tweet I've been reading this book called "A Geography of Time" on a rec from my super cool friend Pants.  The
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