What I Read Today

  1. 17 Traits That Distinguish The Best Startup CEOs (Business Insider). The best part: “AirBnB took 1,000 days for its business to start working. Imagine if they gave up on day 999?”.
  2. 60% of UK’s video, video games and music sales now come from the internet (The Guardian). Growing demand for streaming services such as Netflix and Spotify helped the UK home entertainment sector increase its revenues in 2013 for the first time in five years to £5.3bn.
  3. Inside the Google Co-Founder’s Romance with the Google Glass Marketing Manager (Vanity Fair). Oh no. Oh well. Oh wait.
  4. “Jony Ive – The Genius Behind Apple’s Greatest Products” – available at iBookstore. Must read this weekend! 🙂
  5. “Talk Like TED” – another wish to read book available at iBookstore.
  6. Customer Loyalty Is Mostly About Choosing the Right Customers (Duct Tape Marketing).
  7. See who registered 1,659 .domains domain names in first hours (Domain Name Wire). Domain industry, fierce as ever.
  8. 303 Died in G.M. Crashes With Failed Air Bags, Safety Group Says (The New York Times). We’ve made some works for the Indonesian company. This is scary.
  9. Mark Zuckerberg called President Obama to express his frustration over the damage the government is creating to the internet (Zuck’s blog on Facebook). Of all frustrated people in the world, it’s him, the founder and CEO of Facebook who complaint. Ironic.
  10. What You Think You Know About the Web Is Wrong (Time). If you are a regular reader, you probably will never know that I ever link to this article. Welcome to the Attention Web.

By Robin

Jack of all trades living in SF Bay Area, California. Asian.

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