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Stewart Butterfield says chatbots make work more efficient. Chatbots make Slack "the browser and command line for the enterprise."
Beyond Siri, The Next-Generation AI Assistants Are Smarter Specialists
Why your smart friends can seem like such slackers...
3 Things Learned from Building Chatbot Kip: Universal Emoji Translation, Slack Public vs Direct Messages, and What To Do When It's Too Slow
Ellen Pao, Freada Kapor Klein and others form tech diversity and inclusion war room Project Include
Paradigm CEO Joelle Emerson On Why Talk Of “Lowering The Bar” Is Inherently Racist
Where Are Amazon's Data Centers?
Slack and the search for the killer bot, while Facebook helps companies build their own Messenger bots, by the Verge
Why you shouldn’t bother creating a mobile app
Top 10 companies winning at remote work culture and their secrets...
Sorry, Apple. Turns Out Designers Don't Use iPads.
Dropbox: The First Dead Decacorn, by Alex Danco
Why this tech boom is not a bubble
Slack Emojis are awesome badges: 722 ways to say “I got your message”
How the Tech Press Forces a Narrative on Companies it Covers, by Aaron Zamost on Medium Backchannel
How Slack Onboards New Users
giphy Reddit AMA
What's the secret sauce behind the amazing design of Slack? A Medium post by Andrew Wilkinson of MetaLab, who designed the app...
The Hubris of Venture Capital
DoSomething on 7 Slack Tips From Someone Who Hates Talking to People
You can retweet your own tweets now. This changes everything. ~Stewart Butterfield
April 2015: Why Slack raised $160 million at a $2.8 billion valuation, by Dan Primack of Fortune
Slack's Stewart Butterfield, in His Own Words | Inc
Why Remote Work Thrives in Some Companies and Fails in Others
6% of board seats of unicorn startups are held by women. 60% of unicorns have zero women on their boards. ~Fortune most exclusive boys club
“Rules of Business” by Stewart Butterfield of Slack and Flickr
Skype, Get Your Shit Together | TechCrunch
Slack at 1 year old: 500,000 daily active users, $12 million in annual recurring revenue, adding $1 million in new contracts every 11 days.
Google Ventures: What It Looks For In An Enterprise Deal - Forbes
What Just Happened in Tech in 2014? – AVC
Stewart Butterfield and the History of Slack in Wired: The Most Fascinating Profile You'll Ever Read About a Guy and His Boring Startup
How Slack built a well loved product going against Peter Thiel and native app fashion
Slack October 2014 numbers: 73k daily users, 30k work groups, 200mm monthly messages, $1 million monthly revenue, worth $1.12 billion.
Slack and the Art of Exhaustion : The New Yorker
Cut me some friggin slack! ~Nicolas Cage in The Rock gif
Slack becomes Snitch
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