What’s the most important thing to do when starting a company? How about this: Don’t try to build the company. Instead, try an experiment. A confluence of events and conversations have me re-asking that question, and landing on that answer. The first event is that my city celebrated “Startup Week” in the beginning of March. I […]
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When I think about environmental action, my mind goes to the words we commonly use – particularly “sustainable” and “green.” And like the Princess Bride’s Inigo Montoya, I do not think these words mean what traditional environmentalists think they mean. Because of my particular definitions, I am oddly excited about my city’s organic compost plan. […]
I got my real estate tax bill in the mail recently, and noted with horror that more than half of my annual chunk of flesh goes to my local school district. That chunk for schools got 16 percent bigger this year compared to last year, and on November 8th we’re being asked to vote yes […]
I went on Texas Public Radio on Friday to comment on the news that Leon Black’s Apollo Global had agreed to purchase San Antonio cloud-hosting firm Rackspace for $4.3 billion. Post read (62) times.
I recently wrote about how I worried minimum wage hikes in the city of Los Angeles could hurt the same people the law is supposed to help. Two caveats go with that thought. First, I might be wrong. Second, San Antonio is already in the midst of a distinct minimum wage hike that deserves some […]