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In SoundCloud tradition, new employees spend 20 minutes figuring out our coffee machine
When will people stop being surprised or angry when a free service without a business model starts selling their user's data or content?
If your company has less than 15 people and you have job titles with “senior” in it, you need to take yourself less seriously.
I like how "needs more hej" is an issue in the github repository for the next SoundCloud
OH: “let’s just go to the hipster places next time, at least they have good coffee”
“We are a startup called Lollerskates. We sell sound emitting rollerskates, and for each pair we sell, we give a pair to a child in Africa”
Seriously, if you found a startup, co-found it with a designer. No reason why you shouldn't.
Microsoft to auto-update IE, Acer trims 2/3 of it's products and stops selling “cheap & unprofitable crap”. What's up world? Getting sane?
I was just thinking about how the internet is training this generation to be able to love, like or otherwise appreciate (the) small things
I like Pink Floyd and all, but I don't think I'll ever forgive them for putting a fucking fade out at the end of Comfortably Numb
Amazing, someone put the original broadcast of War Of The Worlds on #soundcloud http://soundcloud.com/saugatoghosh/orson-welles-war-of-the-worlds?utm_source=soundcloud&utm_campaign=share&utm_medium=twitter&utm_content=http://soundcloud.com/saugatoghosh/orson-welles-war-of-the-worlds …
In Reykjavik even a random dude in a hotdog stand accepts cards, Berlin could learn something from that.
I just rode a hovercraft
Looks like Mars has a pretty shitty internet connection
Apple is working on next iterations of existing product, says source familiar with the matter.
In the LOST mode, it requires you to push a button every 108 minutes #wwdc
Dear stealth-mode startup,
screw you and your non-descriptive splash/sign up page.
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