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Jason Fried
Founder & CEO at Basecamp. Non-serial entrepreneur. Co-author of Getting Real, REWORK, Remote, and “It Doesn’t Have to Be Crazy at Work”.
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Jason Fried 1h
Replying to @PiousGeek
Unfortunately no plans for either of those positions, sorry.
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Jason Fried 1h
Replying to @costapiy
Yes.
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Jason Fried 1h
Replying to @triant @heyhey and 2 others
Oh that process... Don't get me started! So glad HEY's here to help you wrangle it. Went through something similiar and found Notes To Self indispensable for keeping track of follow-up conversations that happen by phone, logging Q’s to ask, etc:
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Jason Fried 1h
HEY's taking off, HEY for Work is coming soon, and Basecamp 4 is just around the corner in 2021. Who's going to do all this work? Us plus a few more of you! We're hiring *two* Rails programmers to join our Core Product team —>
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Geetima Das Krishna Jul 25
Sometimes in life, things don’t work out ... Take a break and try some humour 😁
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Fr Daniel Triant 2h
Want to put through its paces? Buy a home. The sheer amount of emails you get is overwhelming, but through the entire process I had everything I needed at my fingertips thanks to its game-changing features. Nice work , , and the rest of the team.
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Jason Fried 4h
Replying to @joebart @heyhey
Couldn't tell you specifically - we don't even know. But 2021 for sure.
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Ben Jacobson 7h
How Covid is changing work, and why Hey is the stupidest thing the Basecamp team has ever done. A conversation between and >> via
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Maria Popova 8h
This is gorgeous: On Neil Armstrong's birthday, his heartbeat and the sound of Venus harmonized in a stunning rendition of John Lennon's "Oh My Love"
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Jonas Downey Aug 4
THREAD: Here's a little tale about what it's like to be an indie iOS developer working under Apple's 800lb gorilla rule...
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Jason Fried 8h
You can bundle Imbox and Paper Trail. It's such an useful feature.
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Jason Fried 8h
Haven't found it to be dangerous, and I've been using HEY for nearly a year. Agree in time we'd like to help you split those things out, but I haven't missed anything important.
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Jason Fried 9h
If there's anything that I really absolutely must see, I keep it in the Imbox and turn on bundling. That way it never dominates, but it's visible if it's important.
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Jason Fried Aug 4
Replying to @lgflanagan @dhh
Glad to hear you escaped that hell.
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Jason Fried Aug 4
Replying to @janis_t
It's bad for that reason, plus all the other reasons detailed in the article I linked up.
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Jason Fried Aug 4
Replying to @alxsee
If it's such a good idea, it'll continue to bubble up. You don't need to put it on a list. And go check whatever list you have - is it only full of your best ideas? No, it's likely full of a bunch of stuff you'll never do, old ideas collecting dust.
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Jason Fried Aug 4
Replying to @metta_universal
Don't have a recording, as these things are a bit ad hoc and decisions can be scattered across a few different conversations (or just written up in Basecamp). It all depends, but will consider recording something down the road if we know we're going to be discussing/deciding.
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Jason Fried Aug 4
Love this: Basketball Court Repaired Using the Traditional Japanese Art of Kintsugi -->
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Jason Fried Aug 4
Keep getting asked about how we manage or prioritize backlogs. The simplest way: We don't. We don't have backlogs. Backlogs are terrible things. Our take:
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Jason Fried Aug 4
Replying to @twainmurua
Bets, not backlogs. Backlogs are terrible things.
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