Earlier this week I had the opportunity to talk with Kevin Gao, co-founder of Hyperink. Hyperink is an e-book publishing platform and marketplace, with a twist: it focuses on transforming the web’s best blogs into books and on curating the knowledge of experts. With titles from Richard Nikoley, MG Siegler, Alexis Ohanian, and Brad Feld, Hyperink isn’t messing around.
Tell me about how you got the idea for Hyperink:
Privacy is only dead if we/you accept it.
It is true that “they” already have your “information” but “data” is a living, growing thing. Data is cumulative. It does not stop until you die and marketers want every last scrap of information they can get. There are companies, programs, apps that are…
Very cool new social media dashboard that TRULY protects your privacy.
There’s a new food trend that’s emerging, which Bay Area Bites blogger Maria Finn (no pun intended) is calling “gill to adipose fin,” or using the whole fish.