The Product Guy’s Weekend Reading (May 9, 2008)

reading_thumb1_thumb1 Every week I read tens of thousands of blog posts. Here, for your weekend enjoyment, are some highlights from my recent reading, for you.

On Starting Up…
http://www.hueniverse.com/hueniverse/2008/04/the-last-announ.html
Learn from the founder of Nouncer of the decisions and challenges that eventually led to the start-up’s April 2008 failure.

On Design & Product Experience…
http://www.liveside.net/blogs/opinion/archive/2008/05/07/live-search-design-too-many-cooks.aspx
When designing a User eXperience the process works best with a single, centralizing force / individual who crafts and sets the strategy. Read about Microsoft Live Search and their perplexing presentation.

On Modular Innovation…
http://www.stoweboyd.com/message/2008/05/talk-talk-open.html
Questions and discussion about how Modular Innovation will impact your email.

Have a great weekend!

Jeremy Horn
The Product Guy

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Jeremy Horn is an award-winning, product management veteran with 2 decades of experience leading and managing product teams. Jeremy has held various executive and advisory roles, from founder of several start-ups to driving diverse organizations in online services, consumer products, and wearables. As founder of The Product Group, he has created the largest product management meetup in the world and hosts the annual awarding of The Best Product Person. Accelerating the next evolution of product management, Jeremy acted as creator and instructor of the 10-week product management course at General Assembly and The New School, and mentoring at Women 2.0 and Lean Startup Machine (where is he also a judge). To see where Jeremy is now check him out at (1) http://linkedin.com/in/TheProductGuy and (2) http://TheProductGuy.com

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