One of the nice things about being a private company is operating without the intensity of public glare. It's hard to grow a company under a microscope of constant second guessing.— Sarah Lacy
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One of the great ironies of the social media era is that some of the least social people in the world created it.
This 'oh let's hug it out' without taking any responsibility is exactly the problem. ... We are not silly irrational little girls. We are running a serious business with investments from the biggest VCs in the Valley.
I physically need to make art. Art isn't just a hobby for me. It's not something that I like. It's an intense passion, an ecstatic love affair, with as much turmoil, frustration, exasperation and need as a forbidden liaison.
Everything about Mark Zuckerberg is pure hacker.
Hackers don't take realities of the world for granted; they seek to break and rebuild what they don't like. They seek to outsmart the world.
The biggest barrier to starting a company isn't ideas, funding or experiences. It's excuses.
Art is the most important thing to me in the entire world.
It is my passion. Nothing else. End of story.
You can keep your privacy in the world by keeping your product, not your personality, the star.
I am honest enough with myself to admit it.
I rarely offer strong opinions, I have a backbone like a pair of bifold doors, and I am terrified of not being approved of.
If Mark Zuckerberg doesn’t understand something, it’s not defeat.
It’s not even something he has to accept. It’s merely a challenge he needs to engineer his way out of, and that includes human emotions and relationships.
It may be easier than ever to start a product, but building a company is just as hard as its ever been.
To me, the last mile of the Internet that very few people have successfully really done. And this is like micro local. Things that really impact your life. And noone's leveraging that yet.
I've got a whole lotta questions, and not so many answers.
Stop looking at the Web as merely a display opportunity and not a way to interact. That does not create a new business model, it just shifts one that isn't growing and is outdated. The reason sites like Google are stealing advertisers from daily newspapers is not because Google has more eyeballs. It's because Google used the interactivity of the Web to deliver a new, better way to advertise.