A odd numbering system I invented when I was a kid

A odd numbering system I invented when I was a kid

When I was a kid, my dad and I had a (friendly) argument. I said that digital displays were better and I wanted them everywhere, for example, as the speedometer of a car. My dad said that dials were better and he made his point: Dials are faster to read and remember...
Making NFTs valuable and real

Making NFTs valuable and real

If you don’t know what an NFT is, here’s a wrong explanation: they are an entry in a database saying that something, belongs to you (or more precise, to an account you have control over). It’s impossible to hack or fake… …but it’s...
When raising prices is easier than lowering them

When raising prices is easier than lowering them

When you are building a B2B SaaS product it’s very hard to know what the appropriate price for your product is. Even if you magically found the correct one, it might not be the correct one next month when you made the product better and you are providing new...
Why I think Dashman failed

Why I think Dashman failed

Almost every time I tell someone what Dashman, one of my startups, was, their response is: “Oh, I really needed that back in 20somethingteen”. Yet I didn’t manage to make Dashman a commercial success. I collected several hundreds of email addresses...