Showing posts from March, 2015

해류 비유

바다도 두 해류가 만날때 어류가 제일 풍부하 듯이 다양한 경험을 겪고 다양한 분야를 공부한 사람들이 더욱 창의로울 수 있다.

Thinking of Good Ideas

Quotes from Paul Graham:
When you have an idea for a startup, ask yourself: who wants this right now? Who wants this so much that they'll use it even when it's a crappy version one made by a two-person startup they've never heard of? If you can't answer that, the idea is probably bad.He explains the concept of a well. If you have a choice between a broad but shallow well vs. a narrow and deep well, always go for the deep well. Often, successful companies are of the narrow and deep kind. They serve a small group of people amazingly well, instead of trying to target everyone mildly.

1. APPEAL STRONG to a specific group of people.

2. You can't come up with "organic" ideas by trying to think of a start-up idea. Instead, you need to look for problems, gaps, annoyances, abnormalities, things that are missing. You can help turn your mind into an "idea noticing mode" by keeping this attitude going in a background thread going "what's missing here?…

Good explanation on Series of funding

Finally got XCode to compile a Open Frameworks project on iOS

I was going crazy with all the compiler errors. With some of the older tutorials in 2009, 2010, it was impossible to download some of these example projects and compile correctly on my latest XCode.

Thankfully, Open Frameworks seems to have a vibrant forum community. Found the answer to my question from someone's post 5 days ago (YAY!) Apparently, it was a deployment target issue.

add that little snippet on top of main function in

voila. thank you god. was toiling over this for like 2 days.