Resolution #12. Understand every word in this Strategy 2006 list from Umair.
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Umair does not rock. What's the point of a strategy with no so much jargon that even industry insiders can't understand him?
Mr Juggles |
January 05, 2006 at 11:26 PM
I have to agree with Mr. Juggles. Umair does not rock, he is simply a master of overwriting. What a wordy bunch of nothingness.
January 06, 2006 at 02:22 AM
Oh did I mention - your blog, on the contrary, actually says a lot with only as many words as are necessary. A pleasure to read.
January 06, 2006 at 02:25 AM
each post is a puzzle crafted lovingly just for you. figuring one out is like riding a surfboard made out of lightning.
January 06, 2006 at 05:31 AM
Using a peer-produced model entailing edge competences and network effect, I was able to comprehensively prove that Umair rocks.
He can be wordy sometimes, but he's a great strategist.
Pete Cashmore |
January 06, 2006 at 01:16 PM
Your interest is consistent. There was an agenda item for USV Sessions #1 about if entrepreneurs should take money from VC's, but it wasn't discussed at the event. Points 2.5) 6.5) 6.75) in Umair's post deals with the same thing. Perhaps in 2006 USV Sessions #2 will spend some time on how the VC value add is, or if it needs to evolve?
Lloyd Fassett |
January 06, 2006 at 01:20 PM
Hi Fred, Oh how I agree with you. The edge and the core are changing each other (as Hegel said, it's a dialectical relationship).
I posted here:
Teare’s theorem: The first law of RSS (updated)
Jeremy Z also posted:
Publishing on the Edge will Change the Game
Keith Teare |
January 10, 2006 at 02:26 AM
I totally agree Umair does rock. I discovered you through Marks rebuttal to your Future of media blog and discovered Umair through your blog. So many thanks to both of you.I was enthralled by his work. He has helped me put structure to my thoughts and develop a strategy on how not to get caught up in one of the "ME TO" wars while developing my solution.. I am an entrepreneur who is working on his dream to develop a Pull platform that enables people to find, connect, relate, collectively consume and prosume. His work has allowed me to differentiate between solutions that are trying to monetize attention through CLickFests and solutions that actually innovate to build value to create a larger pool of rewards that can be shared by participants. I thoroughly enjoy reading your musings and can relate to many of them. Your recent postings on Yahoo VS Google was rather amusing as it was the topic of discussion between me and a friend last night. We are on the same page as you are. It is refreshing and comforting ( esp. from the perspective of an entrepreneur) to see commonalities in though patters with respected fertile minds. Once again Thank you.
Lalit Sarna |
January 17, 2006 at 12:28 AM
well... yes i do rock :D
November 11, 2006 at 02:19 PM
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