(Running notes from the LeWeb3 conference in Paris.)
-- by guest blogger Susan Kish
From the bus driver at La Chapelle, before I even had a chance to ask if the huge RATP unmarked bus was the right one to the conference's venue (guess the black and black outfit gave it away): "Oui Madame."
I started Digg as an experiment, and would have been happy if it paid my rent. …Then, I started three companies at once, and that was probably a mistake.
Now, I see a lot of copycats… a little disheartening.
It doesn’t have to be a big website to be a great project.
You don’t have to be a coder or a hardcore geek to start a great project online these days,
When we started, all the cool people were at Google, and had Google stock, and all the great PHP people were at Yahoo!
I don’t know if I have groupies, but the podcast experience is a real thing with the fans, and that’s where we get the energy, and then we go out and get beers.
Had a lot of people who said they went to YouTube, saw the podcast and then went and checked out Digg.