I am guessing it may be too late to let you know what “Pokemon” is. It’s been so huge during the past few weeks that it seems impossible for anyone to not know even the basics. If anything, you probably know that this is some game about catching some creatures called “Pokemon” that has people running… Read More Trying to Assess the Pokemon Effect
Well, it has being some time since my last review, but I still read! Truth be told, I have been occupied with some baby reading, preparing for parenthood, but I haven’t still quit on the startup-related literature. So, this time I am shortly reviewing Traction: A Startup Guide to Getting Customers. This book is exactly… Read More Book Review: Traction – A Startup Guide to Getting Customers
As I said in my previous post where I discussed the phenomenon of some Greek fake Facebook accounts, this entire thing, did not come as an epiphany to me. It is something we all know, we accept and we come across at some time in our social media life. Having said that, I decided to research… Read More The Fakebook Case
I guess that some of you may have heard of various scams in social media. Paid likes, paid retweets, etc., have been around for quite some time. There are sites where you can purchase your followers, etc. These services are based mainly on the premise that you build your “likes” count and then your high… Read More When Fake Accounts Become a Business Model
There are a thousand reasons why someone would send a survey your way. I’ve had colleagues from college sending me stuff to help them with some quantitative research, friends that were working on some secret project, colleagues that are collecting data for their own satisfaction, etc. And then, you get guys that are like “well,… Read More Fill out your survey? Are you sure?
What an amazing title for a book right? And an amazing book indeed! You know, when you’re into entrepreneurship and stuff, you find out soon enough that although a good idea is crucial, there’s also the art of storytelling that does the trick sometimes. So, having a good idea, “good for you” but if you’re… Read More Book Review: Stealing Fire from Gods
It’s been quite some time since my last book review. Truth be told, the part months were full with other tasks and experiences, that I kind of lost track of my book-goals for the season. So, with 2015 behind me, I decided to pick up on my reading again and I finished the half-read book… Read More Book Review: A Whole New Mind
Well if you are a baby, it’s ok to put your foot in your mouth, but being an adult, this is something that one should not wish to another. And it’s actually what happened (or what I did) to a guy the other day. Having some online presence through my personal pages but also through the… Read More The awkward moment when you put your foot in your mouth
You know these nice graphics, containing useful information about specific topics? These ones that you usually don’t understand but look really awesome, no matter if they talk about fashion statements or the environmental impact of nuclear emissions in the north hemisphere or sth! These are called infographics and are the most efficient way, in my… Read More 5 Infographic Creation Tools
More than 1.5 year ago, I was lucky to be allowed to “experiment” a bit on my colleagues, preparing a course that was based on the theories from Steve Blank, Eric Ries and Ash Maurya, having to do with the lean and lean-like approaches in developing a product or even better, developing your customers. I am still… Read More Startups: Lean 101 – A short and flexible course, on the house!