work at all in this space. Mostly a question of boundaries, really – I wouldn’t want anyone to mistake my personal ramblings for anything coming from the company (not that it’s a huge threat, but still). But I will say this – the transition from a very small company to a larger company is fascinating to watch, and to be involved in. As someone who’d never worked in an office, per se, before this job, I was always quite disdainful of bureaucracy and structure. Now, though, I’m learning the value in adding such structure, as long as it’s done well. And it’s actually pretty fun, trying to dream up ways of doing things with the creativity and vitality of the old days, but much more efficiently.
I’m very happy to state in public that my co-workers, all 130 of them, are among the smartest, most talented groups of people I’ve known. It’s quite amazing, actually.