In a long and somewhat rambling blog post “Customer Development and the Lean Startup,” that contains a long laundry list of resources for entrepreneurs on Customer Development and Lean Startup resources, Yury Tsukerman lists “the key players” and drops this short comment
Sean Murphy – I don’t read him regularly, but I hear that I should.
Not since Techdirt used me in a promotional picture (see “Born with a Face Made for Podcasting“) have I felt such a sense of warm endorsement. So here is a tip for my 15 readers on how to deal with your 285 nano-centuries of fame: add a nice comment to the bottom of the blog. Which I did:
I think a post that describe how you have applied a subset of these principles and what you have learned would be very useful, it’s clear that you have your own insights on these topics.
There is a good conversation going on in the Lean Startup Circle, it would be great to see you take part.
I have a blog category devoted to Customer Development if you are interested.
If you are having trouble finding time to read my blog here are five posts that I believe represent the range of my writing. Clearly I need to take a page out of the Venture Hacks notebook and create an index for the 550 posts I have written over the last four years.
But it’s been a few weeks and I am not closer to my master index so I would appreciate your help. Let me know which of my blog posts you found especially useful (or an old one now desperately in need of a re-write/update) and any areas or topics you would like to see me address.
- “In the future, everyone will be famous for 15 people” Momus (Nick Currie) in “Pop Stars Neine Danke“
- One handy conversion factor to remember is Tom Duff’s “Pi seconds is a nanocentury.“
- “In the future everyone will be famous for 15 minutes” Andy Warhol
- Fewer footnotes probably not a bad idea either.