Category Archives: Never Not Working
Barter Era – Trend of Near Future
Never Not Working | March 29th, 2013

Barter Era – Trend of Near Future

If you do / make / sell anything that has any value, get ready not to get paid for it. Get ready for trading it for something else you need. The barter era is coming shortly. The weird situation we …

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Why we should thank Google for closing Google Reader
Never Not Working | March 14th, 2013

Why we should thank Google for closing Google Reader

Google Reader. Many have no idea that such thing exists. Actually, many have no idea that Google actually runs something else than a search engine. Ok, and maybe Gmail. I love Google Reader. I had used other RSS feeds before …

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The “Living room rule” (Or how to treat comments on blogs and social networks)
Never Not Working | March 8th, 2013

The “Living room rule” (Or how to treat comments on blogs and social networks)

There are no comments on my blog. Why? It is very simple. I’ve always thought that Internet discussions in most forms are the worst platform for dialogue of any kind. You rarely (never) see something constructive coming out of them. …

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Someone else´s money
Never Not Working | February 27th, 2013

Someone else´s money

I know very well how hard it is to build something big without an external funding. But there is a problem. You handle someone else’s money in a completely different manner than you would have handled yours. Mainly losing your …

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“Be bold and brave. But cautious.”
Never Not Working | February 24th, 2013

“Be bold and brave. But cautious.”

It sounds very contradictory. But when I read this advice from an 18th century financier Rotschild, I realized this has been pretty much my strategy with everything I do.

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