Ricardo Semler, of the massive Brazilian company Semco, gave a TED Talk last October about what it’s like to run a company with radical openness, and nearly non-existant rules and structure.
Much of this is not that far from what we do at Automattic, and is definitely an interesting watch:
You too? Come say hi, I’ll be at the Jetpack booth.
Looking forward to a little sightseeing with Becky this weekend…
Bill Clinton has made more than $100m in speakers fees since leaving the White House. Which made the New Yorker ask: How Much Money Does Bill Clinton Need?
This article from the SF Gate gives us a peek into the early days at Apple. A picture is worth a thousand words.
Our team had used Campfire for years, and I’ve never quite been able to put my finger on how Slack has found such success where Campfire and HipChat were unable to break through on anywhere near the same scale.
Andrew Wilkinson of MetaLab, the agency responsible for the design of Slack, provides some insight.
Interesting article from BBC News about the first weather forecasts: The birth of the weather forecast.
Had a great time with Dre and Brad on DradCast today
Check it out: