Notes on StartupWeekend Taipei 2, taking score, learning lessons, and finishing at 2nd place.
I really should have started to write this up about two weeks ago, just after StartupWeekend Taipei really happened. Better late than never (if there was ever a good excuse then this is), so taking some time out on this typhoon weekend, here’s my experience of that good 54 hours. Start After StartupBus and the […]
Since my first (crazy) swing at anything business I consider myself “infected”. It seems like that is only a matter of time I start my own venture, for better or worse. It is just too much fun and to difficult to stay out of it. Challenge In line with that attitude, now I notice all […]
A few weeks ago with a couple of friends we started to organize the first Ignite Taipei. There’s still 5 weeks and a bit to go, but it has already been a fun experience. In many ways, starting a community feels very similar to how doing a startup would feel (I imagine). No surprise there, the […]
I might have gone a bit overboard with this. Again. It all started when I was reading how the Taiwanese government is planning to implement a fuel subsidy. It bothered me because: I’m not a big fan of subsidies, since then people cannot make decisions based on the real cost of things Subsidy comes out […]