Ignore Google+ and Google search will ignore you. – Larry Page, Google CEO
Oh happy day! This is the best news that the Internet has had in many a year. Google has finally admitted that Google+ has been a colossal failure. The man behind the Google+ fiasco has been banished and the infuriating forced integration of all services will now finally come to an end.
From the get-go, Google+ had been a day late and a dollar short. It was always totally unneeded and redundant. For pure socializing we already had Facebook, Myspace, and dozens of other smaller sites. For business we had Linkedin and dozens of niche sites.
No one wanted Google+; no one needed it.
Nathan Felder the founder of startup Dumb Starbucks opens up about some of his previous startup failures. He also shares the valuable lessons that helped to make his latest startup a success.
At different points in his life John Paul DeJoria was homeless and an East LA gangbanger. Then he he turned his life around and launched John Paul Mitchell Systems with $700 back in 1980.
Here he tells how he did it in detail while being the keynote speaker at the Stanford 2011 Entrepreneurship Conference.