Thanks to the incredible startup program at Houston’s Rice University, I’ve had a chance to update a popular, but out of date, post about Startup Marketing. In the process, I had a chance to meet the exceptional entrepreneurs in this year’s Owlspark program. While not too dissimilar from that startup marketing post, this update touches
Some time ago, I had the honor of speaking during PeopleFund’s Innovation Week on the question of how to make the most of Google Analytics, with the fewest resources. Simply put, what every startup should do to make the platform one of their most valuable tools. Isn’t it already one of a startup’s most valuable tools??
The result of a collaboration between Arizona State University’s (my alma mater by the way) Center for Nanotechnology in Society and The Design School at the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts, Phoenix, AZ is exploring how life in the Valley may look, decades from now. Darren Petricci, achitect and professor in the Design
Before the holiday and the end of 2013, I had the distinct honor of joining dozens of San Antonio CEOs and Texas CEO Magazine in spending an hour with Smart Grid Pioneer and author of The Advanced Smart Grid, Andres Carvallo. Why you might ask; if you know me professionally, you know that energy and
Austin, Texas is still an “SEO Community.” What do I mean by that? I’ve been in Austin three years now and the amount of time I spend advising startups why their desire to hire an SEO is misplaced, is astonishing. To this day, I’m introduced in social settings here as an SEO, clients refer to
Nearing the end of 2013, and having had a bit of time to spend with family and some incredible friends, I’ve turned a few thoughts to the seemingly unattainable goal of balance. Entrepreneurs are flocking from Silicon Valley to places like Austin, seeking the dream the yin and yang between work and life. Known for
“Remember everything we learned last class? Well that’s actually not true and we are going to learn something radically different and (slightly) more correct this class,” said every teach you ever had. I’ve been on a tirade about education lately. With 3 kids in the house, working their way through elementary school, we’re dealing with