Shaun Tinline

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I was quoted in the NY Times article about working at Amazon. Here is my story.

(<i>I forget who this guy is but for some reason he wanted a picture with me</i>)<p>Some time has passed since ‘that Amazon article’ was published in the New …

University of Washington

Now you can blame your fridge for getting you hacked

The Internet of Things — or the Internet of Shit, depending on how you view it — was supposed to bring us smarter devices to improve life, but as it turns out they may be the reason you wind up getting hacked.<p>At the annual DEFCON black hat event in Las Vegas, researchers at Pen Test Partners worked …

51 free online resources for starting a business

Being an entrepreneur means sticking your neck — and wallet — on the line for a product you believe in.<p>It won't be cheap.<p>There will be plenty of costs, some you've never expected.<p>Thankfully, there are free tools to start a business available online.<p>We've compiled this list of free tools to start a …

10 Promises Every Entrepreneur Should Make to Themselves

Nobody starts a new project without a few commitments. When you decide to strike out on your own and become your own boss, the only person you can rely on is yourself. Giving yourself the chance to go far with your vision by establishing some ground rules.<p><b>I promise to learn from my mistakes</b><p>Mistakes …

Butterfleye Is A Home Security Camera That Can Learn What Not To Record

Butterfleye is a hardware startup aiming to build a connected home security camera that avoids coming across as creepily prying.<p>In our over-surveilled digital times, putting an Internet-connected eye in your home could mean opening a peephole to unknown third parties. Or create a temptation for …

How Being Less Realistic Made Me A Better Entrepreneur

Every business leader’s success rests on bold ambitions, even if they don’t seem realistic at first.<p>I used to call myself a business realist. I did my best to look critically at others’ ideas and check them against my own beliefs and experiences. Anything that didn’t seem to measure up I dismissed …

Tim Hortons