The reason for saying we need to do ‘an exceptional, near-perfect job of execution’ is this: When you want something really bad, you will put up with a lot of flaws. But if you do not yet know you want something, your tolerance will be much lower.
The care finder - this tool can be thought of as your first point of contact when you look to solve an issue in health for yourself or a family member. Instead of blindly Googling for an answer, we imagine that Oscar itself can be your first point of contact.
As I’ve watched a handful of startups grow, the pattern I see emerging from most of them is their ability to persistently transform chaos into process. And then continuously improve the way they do things.
I think there are a couple of angles here:
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Perhaps social networks are sticky like nightclubs, not banks.
Benedict Evans in his "Mobile is eating the world" presentation
You should really read the whole thing. It’s a gem mine.
HBO is one of the few things left that hold people back from cutting the cable TV cord, but our man has managed to live the dream: HBO, without paying for cable.
How soon before they close this loophole? Can they even?