David Kadavy

David Kadavy is author of Mind Management, Not Time Management, The Heart to Start & Design for Hackers.

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Meetro.com: Frat House Tycoons

July 23, 2007

One of the first web 2.0 type events that I went to when I moved to California was Super Happy Dev House, where I met Vinnie and the other guys from Meetro. At the time that company had as many as 8 guys living and working in a three-bedroom apartment in Palo Alto. It sounds like a totally crazy situation, but whenever I hung out there I found it to be extremely inspiring and energizing – they were passionate to the max about their idea (they still are, but now they have some real office space). Current.tv did a great job of depicting this arrangement and I want to share it with you:

Make Your Own Designer T-Shirt!

July 21, 2007

Just can’t afford that designer brand? Or maybe you want the name, but not all of that…class. Well, now you can make your own t-shirt in any brand you want!

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Independence Day II

July 20, 2007

SustainLane and I have parted ways. It was fun and rewarding while it lasted. No, I’m not currently looking for work, freelance or otherwise. I’m excited – more things to come from me…

Kadavy in Stereo

June 03, 2007

There are two new places on the internets where you can hear my voice if you’re so inclined:

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Kadavy Presenting at Green Festival Chicago

April 17, 2007

Attention Chicagoans: I will be speaking in your fine city at the first ever Chicago-based Green Festival. My teammates and I will be talking about the potential for social networking technologies to be an effective tool for advancing the green movement.

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SustainLane.com Launches!

April 14, 2007

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As you may have seen in my twits, sustainlane.com has launched! SustainLane allows people to review sustainable, “green,” and organic products and businesses, and I’m more excited about it than probably anything I’ve ever done before in my life (yes, I know, it’s “just a website”…this is how simple my life is). It’s going to make it easier than ever for people to find products and businesses that are socially, environmentally, and/or health conscious.

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Kadavy for SustainLane on LunchMeet

January 25, 2007

I guess this post is to serve two functions. One of them is to tell you about my new job, and another is to announce my launch into geekebrity status.

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Independence Day

January 06, 2007

Friends of David Kadavy, rejoice! Given my current living situation, I was finally able to accomplish one of my life’s dreams. It’s been a long and hard road, but I made it! I am finally free…

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TwitBlog: Syndicating Twitter to My Blog

November 19, 2006

UPDATE: January 18, 2009: The Twitter badge options have been updated, so you’re probably better off using their options than TwitBlog.

twitter.gifTwitter allows you to keep your friends – and the world – updated on what you’re up to from the comfort of your own mobile device.

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Perfection paralysis cured

October 13, 2006

This post is going to be a disaster. I’m going to just barf it out. That’s how this all started in the first place. Remember when blogging used to be a casual thing? Then you have a few readers, and you start thinking, “I better make sure that I provide quality content. I better make sure every post is really great.” You make a few good posts, try spending hours refining a few others, and what do you get? Nothing. It’s perfection paralysis. A wise man recently told me, “done beats perfect every time.” Well, perfect and done beats done, but if you’re going for perfect, you never get done. Capicé?

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