Howard Tullman

Howard Tullman

CEO
1871
Chicago

Interests

Data visualization
Design
Founding startups
Interaction design
Product design
Social entrepren.
Social media/PR
Writing/Blogging

Expertise

Business Development

Companies

current
CEO

my activity

Howard posted a blog: Startups Shouldn't Sell Strategy
“ In the “been there, done that” category of mistakes that you should only make once, I would award a place of high honor to the idea that startups should spend their scarce capital and limited resources trying to “earn” their way into the hearts and w... ”
Howard posted a blog: Simply Streaming...Sucks
“ Please stop streaming stuff that sucks. No one cares. No one’s watching. And, just because you can do it doesn’t mean you should. And, as hard as it is to imagine, just because it happened to you doesn’t make it interesting to us. You’re constantly c... ”
Howard posted a blog: A SHORT TALE ABOUT THE LONG TAIL
“                                   A Short Tale about the Long Tail                 ... ”
Howard posted a blog: Open is Over
“ In Sight, It Must Be Right…Or Maybe NotI love the constant frenzy of activity at 1871’s front door. With more than a thousand people a day regularly passing through that portal, things are always poppin’ as our new Governor would say.  So it’s a... ”
Howard Tullman has a new connection.
“ I have a pretty simple test for determining whether whatever you’re doing has the makings of a real “business” or whether it’s just an expensive hobby or a lark or a solution in search of a problem. If you can’t quickly show me how you’re saving me t... ”
“ I spoke recently about the impact of technology, connectivity and social media on the real estate business at a series of events sponsored by various brokerage companies and industry associations involved in the commercial (non-residential) real esta... ”
Howard posted a blog: Job Jumpers Need Not Apply
“ I’ve said for many years that ultimately technology is not a long-term sustainable competitive advantage because – as the cost of any new technology continues to plummet (which it eventually does in every case) – it becomes a commodity that is readil... ”
“ I’ve seen the future and it’s a flywheel. Not a physical flywheel, but a system that – for all intents and purposes – is actually its more expansive and digital equivalent.  A system that replaces the momentum which a flywheel creates and gather... ”
Howard posted a blog: Fence It and Forget It
“ Fence It and Forget It  It’s the beginning of 2015 - a new budget year for many businesses - and - for a whole bunch of us - this means the start of another painful year of trying to live with a bunch of made-up numbers which – in all likelihood... ”

recent blog posts

Howard Tullman
In the “been there, done that” category of mistakes that you should only make once, I would award a place of high honor to the idea that startups should spend their scarce capital and limited resources trying to “earn” their way into the hearts and wallets of big customers by selling strategy as a...
03/22/2015
VIEWS: 131
Howard Tullman
Please stop streaming stuff that sucks. No one cares. No one’s watching. And, just because you can do it doesn’t mean you should. And, as hard as it is to imagine, just because it happened to you doesn’t make it interesting to us. You’re constantly cluttering up the channels with your crap. And it...
03/15/2015
VIEWS: 159
Howard Tullman
                                  A Short Tale about the Long Tail
03/07/2015
VIEWS: 208
Howard Tullman
In Sight, It Must Be Right…Or Maybe Not I love the constant frenzy of activity at 1871’s front door. With more than a thousand people a day regularly passing through that portal, things are always poppin’ as our new Governor would say.  So it’s a cool and very energizing sight for all of our...
02/22/2015
VIEWS: 321
Howard Tullman
I have a pretty simple test for determining whether whatever you’re doing has the makings of a real “business” or whether it’s just an expensive hobby or a lark or a solution in search of a problem. If you can’t quickly show me how you’re saving me time, saving me money or increasing my...
02/15/2015
VIEWS: 123

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