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Genius is 1%
and 99% perspiration.
~ Thomas Edison
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Cat crashing through snow gif represents when someone uses your product in an unexpected way.
Some consumers have an unerring knack for buying unpopular products
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Google Ventures: Not Every Product Needs to Be Beautiful
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Google was the 21st search engine to enter the market
What I Learned From Building An App For Low-Income Americans
Your Product Demo Sucks Because It's Focused on Your Product
Seth's Blog: Decoding Apple as a luxury tools company
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Twitter's Marketing Problem
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How Google Screwed Up Google Glass
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So you want to manage a product? — Product Management — Medium
How Using a Decision Journal can Help you Make Better Decisions
The bitterness of poor quality
If I had asked people what they wanted, they would have said faster horses. ~Henry Ford
Market pulls Product
A/B Testing is Expensive
Zero to Product/Market Fit (Presentation)
“The story was that Steve wanted a device that he could use to read e-mail while on the toilet — that was the extent of the product spec
"Keep it simple stupid" is great advice. Here's the best way to do it.
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42 Rules to Lead by from the Man Who Defined Google’s Product Strategy
Influential Words: "But You Are Free to Accept or Refuse"
Why Betaworks saw potential in a fallen Internet brand like Digg
The Making Of a Bulgari Bag, From First Sketch to Finished Product
Do less: Dick Costolo’s $10 billion Zen garden
How To Design For The Sharing Economy | Co.Design: business + innovation + design
The pmarca Guide to Startups, Part 4: The Only Thing That Matters - pmarca *ARCHIVE*
Six steps to making your ideas contagious, by Jonah Berger
Toyota Production System - Interesting insight into Toyota
Design is the easy part…
The eight kinds of fun are key attributes of many great products. ~Michael Abbott
How solving one customer problem can blind you to a bigger problem
Iterating on Products with Steve Jobs
Why Brand Building Is Important - Forbes
Paul Graham to Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky: "Build something 100 people love, not something 1 million people kind of like."
Platforms and Networks: Managing Startups: Best Posts of 2012
The product lens - Chris Dixon
Have a point of view about how you're different. Why is there a special opportunity for this now? ~Mike Krieger
People of accomplishment rarely sit back and let things happen to them. They go out and happen to things. ~da Vinci
Nothing works better than just improving your product.
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