OK, he's a Yankees fan. Now I know why I don't like him.
You get the software you pay for. In every sense. To the nth degree. That's the way the world works.
A quite simple, but powerful technology that empowers individuals to keep control over and manage their digital identities.
I don't want to say these things. That's why I'm saying them. You may not want to hear them. That's why you should hear them.
Note that no one asked Mike if his code was open source or if his underwear is clean.
The infrastructure of the US is a long-term suspension of disbelief that such things won't be exploded deliberately by people who don't create anything.
Another person who's smarter than I. What a relief to not have to be the smartest guy anymore.
I looked up 'standard' in the dictionary. There are eleven different definitions.
Either we'll succeed and have a well-financed development and operations company, or we'll put Frontier in mothballs, and revisit it next year. So the stakes are high for us.
Actually, I would have liked to sell sooner. Keeping the site running was a perpetual challenge. We would scale and it would just grow exponentially.
Art and money are closely related. Try sitting down with a group of artists and ask them what's on their mind. Very quickly the topic shifts to money. And it can be very hard to get them off that subject.
One thing's for sure, in the war between freedom and fear, our side is going to have better t-shirts.
The fruits of all our labors have left us as we started. To grow without is not to grow within.