Most of us default to retweets and quick shares on Twitter these days, but for posterity and future reference I’m going to blogroll a few articles I found particularly interesting this month.
How an Offer to Sell Wistia Inspired Us to Take On $17M in Debt
Most founders dream of building a product that eventually becomes a household name and sells for a billion dollars, but chasing that goal comes with some downsides. We chose a different path.Chris Savage & Brendan Schwartz – Founders of Wistia
I’ve followed the @wistia team with keen interest for many years – @woothemes was an early user. This chapter is a fascinating and important read for any business owner contemplating future growth and how much control they are willing to sacrifice for it.
Part #2 — $100M to $1B+: Non-obvious Lessons Learned Selling to Yahoo!
While there is much written about growing a startup, there is far less written about being acquired, successfully integrating a startup or scaling within a large company. In retrospect, I wish I had been better prepared and more knowledgeable, and hope my lessons learned below can prove valuable to CEOs and founders everywhere.Todd Sacredoti – Founder of BrightRoll
🤯 So many parallels, so many I wish we’d knowns. A hugely insightful read for business owners about the lesser spoken acquisition process.
The nightmare videos of childrens’ YouTube — and what’s wrong with the internet today
This really terrifies me as a dad – seeing my 6 year old, and even 2 year old boy, falling victim to these dangerous rabbit holes of deep, dark YouTube. A must watch for parents…
TL;DR Keep your kids away from YouTube.
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