I had a Pebble watch

This retrospective by the founder of Pebble is a must-read for anyone who contemplates starting or joining a startup. I’ve been through 5 (or more depending on how you count them), with more failures than successes and I have to say that I’ve learned MORE from the failures than the successes.

Yes, I backed Pebble on Kickstarter and still have the original laying around here somewhere in my museum or Blackberries, Amigas, Palms, etc. It was a valiant effort and defined an industry. https://medium.com/@ericmigi/why-pebble-failed-d7be937c6232

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An hub and incubator for food startups

Yeah, that’s right…food startups! I don’t even know how to categorize or tag this but this article (https://www.eastbaytimes.com/2022/03/14/food-innovation-hub-kitchentown-grows-impact-driven-bay-area-startups) explains the concept pretty well. It’s been in operation since 2014 and is helping some pretty interesting startups. You can get more info from the source at https://kitchentowncentral.com/.

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