Monthly Archives: March 2012

An Article This Old Engineer Would Love

I saw a great article today, an interview with Drop.io’s founder Sam Lessin and NYTech Meetup’s Nate Westheimer. The gist? Non-technical founders will always make “subpar products that fail slowly.” The main thrust of the argument is that non-technical founders … Continue reading

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Open Your Coat!

A colleague of mine recently sent me a great article on Forbes called, “Why Siri Needs an API.” While it was an interesting article, it had one great line, which I loved. “During the last five years, APIs have begun … Continue reading

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The 3Cs: Contraception, Catholics, and Coercion

A lot of ink has been spilled over the last several weeks over the pending health-care requirement that all employers cover contraception at no cost to their employees. I am not interested – as a professional, at any rate – … Continue reading

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