We are currently in beta on a new community. If you are into raw performance on the street or track, you owe it to yourself to check out the brand spanking new DOGFIGHT Magazine. Trust me – you’ll be glad ya did!Read more
An opportunity popped up that we didn’t expect. As a result, we have added FordBarn.com to the Atomic Network. If you aren’t familiar with The Ford Barn, it’s a site that has been around for years and the knowledge within the community is second to none when it comes to early Ford restoration. We are [...]Read more
I know… We don’t spend nearly enough time on the Atomic Industry website. It’s kind of like the paint and body guy that has a beat up old car – we are just do damned busy making all the other stuff pretty that we just don’t have time to keep the shine on atomicindustry.com. Well, [...]Read more
Steve Jobs this time.
I get asked this a lot and I have a pretty standard answer which is, a lot of people come to me and say “I want to be an entrepreneur”. And I go “Oh that’s great, what’s your idea?”. And they say “I don’t have one yet”. And I say “I think [...]
“A great magazine is one which invents its own readership…”
Charles Hamilton (1876-1961) was one of those English literary types. I’ve never read any of his books, but stumbled across a quote of his that made me think.
“All big things in this world are done by people who are naive and have an idea that is obviously impossible.”
Posted by Ryan on 19. Jul, 2006
Netscape wants to buy Digg users.
Desperation? Sounds like Netscape didn’t get the quick results they were hoping for after they launched their Digg copy.
Posted by Ryan on 13. Jul, 2006
The H.A.M.B. Alliance launched last week and I couldn’t be happier with how well it has progressed. Not only have we had a ton of loyal users buy into the group, but we’ve had an amazing reaction from vendors that would like to get involved. This little idea, which was spawned from hours of conversations with [...]Read more
Posted by Ryan on 12. Jul, 2006
Apparently, he doesn’t like crowds or believe in their wisdom.
I’ve always seen Gawker as a bit of a rogue media company with no real declared mission or vision. Don’t get me wrong, I think Denton knows what he is doing and is a smart cat but I’m not convinced he has any idea of where [...]
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