On shutting down, weighing and boredom.
As you know, I run a portfolio of software products. My portfolio now includes Cart, Scrapebook, Timelygigs, Dealflow, Adagio and
I’m a STRONG advocate that, at whatever point you are in building your SaaS, you don’t need 99%
The human component
There are more and more companies that try to hide behind people and complexity.
Instead, there’s something to be
The way of the monk
TLDR: making and executing should have priority on learning, and you should do it in solitude.
#1. A world of
How I built a successful SaaS product using microdata
TL;DR By scouring the web and collecting microdata, you can use clues left by your competitors’ customers to build