This is the guy who created Instagram and the acquisition from Facebook made him very rich but mainly very successful. This article is about the latest and how small steps stack one to the other. Like the “dots” of Steve Jobs’s commencement speech at Stanford. Enjoy!
Startups are hard, but they can also go from difficult to great incredibly quickly. You just need to survive long enough and keep going so you can create your 52nd game.
Read the whole post! Small and great!
The acquisition brings Posterous’ engineers, product managers and other employees into the flock with plans for them to work “on several key initiatives that will make Twitter even better.”
Posterous Spaces will remain up and running without disruption, and the company promises to “give users ample notice” if any changes are on the horizon.
BIG DEAL! “Do you think this will be twitter’s answer to longer tweets?” (like tumblr does) a commenter of the article asks, so do am I. Will there gonna be any big changes? Will they gonna be good for their users?? We’ll have to wait and see and I, myself, am quite eager to learn more about this acquisition because this site you are reading is a Posterous site… 😀
Apple has been quietly building its own solution for maps since at least 2009. That is when it acquired small but innovative maps company Placebase and started up its own ‘GEO Team’.
The only thing that now will surprise me is an Apple YouTube service..
Can’t wait!!!! Yeah, a little late but still!
it’s changing how Android actually looks and feels for the end user. In the end, the question for Android smartphone manufacturers is whether that’s a limitation or an opportunity — and it seems some are taking that question more seriously than others.
Definitely an opportunity!!
Watch the video of the article for 2 differences on the new Android.
Hahahaha! How can they not think about that?
It’s a good thing that Apple didn’t buy Dropbox because you certainly wouldn’t be able to store any kind of file you want in any structure you like inside an Apple-owned Dropbox.
Yes, in this great “battle of the cloud”, this “small” company has a fair chance between the giants.
It’s always good to have Greek people making great apps. We need that kind of philosophy and community in Greece. It’s a great way to move over and ahead. WELL DONE Apostole!
In its first 24 hours, a project from gaming studio Double Fine Adventure’s Kickstarter project has raised more than $750,000 on Kickstarter and it shows no signs of slowing down.
Amazing and true! They got their goal ($400.000) in less than nine hours!!! Of course they have a lot of great past successes and credibility that helped them..