This time, two “leftovers” that are two weeks old that I did not get to post then and one actually recent post:
- Kelsen is not a killer startup (in German): Some things – or startups – are not what they seem. When I heard about Kelsen, I thought it was pretty interesting idea. A more specific, domain-focused version of one of the startups I worked for before. Looks like this did not really actually have anything much at all (yet?). Interestingly, the Microsoft Accelerator thought they had good potential though…
- Here’s One Thing All the Billion-Dollar Unicorns Have in Common, by Arik Hesseldah: Another one about unicorns! Basically, the startup billion-dollar valuations are also not what they seem. Liquidation preferences can do some magic.
- Are We Approaching A Gen Y Identity Crisis? by Molly Flatt: On the downsides of social media – and working in the field. I think I can relate to that, somewhat.
If you think these links were great, or useless crap, or you want to point me to some good articles for future editions of “Recommended Reading”, let me know on Twitter!