The short answer is no, Sam Altman is not running for president. But folks searching on Google might be confused as to why the description for his X (formerly Twitter) account seems to suggest that he is: There's a lot of news about Sam Altman right now, given the announcements
In 2017, Slack launched a popular Google Drive integration that makes it easy to embed, share, and get notified about new items added to Google Drive, including files, images, docs, and more. We use it daily here at Kapwing, an online video editing startup, since we run internally on top
Update: Google accepted our DMCA counter notice and reinstated all 317 Kapwing webpages that they took down. In the week that the takedown was in effect, our website traffic was down 30%. A week ago, we received an email that every website owner dreads - a notification of a DMCA
There's a common rallying cry amongst Silicon Valley investors and tech Twitter pundits: raise prices! Marc Andreesen, the famous tech founder turned VC, went as far as to say he would hire a skywriter just to write it across San Francisco: Legendary investor Marc Andreesen's advice: RAISE PRICESIt's not just
With the mask mandate eased and more of our team wanting to work from our office in San Francisco, the number of employees commuting on public transportation has been increasing over the past few weeks. Our company, Kapwing [https://www.kapwing.com], is an online video editing [https://www.kapwing.
When we first set out to build Kapwing [https://www.kapwing.com], a collaborative online video editor [https://www.kapwing.com/video-editor], our approach to getting positive reviews online was to focus solely on building a good product. We subscribed to the prevailing startup wisdom to "make something people want"
Recently, our team at Kapwing [https://www.kapwing.com] moved into a new office space that we've been using sparingly due to the pandemic. As part of setting up the new space, we dealt with a variety of logistics, from setting up desks to figuring out spacing to making sure