Kevin Rose's Work Flow: How The Cofounder Of Digg Organizes From A Treadmill Desk

The founder of Milk has come a long way since his days as the "Dark Tipper" on Tech TV. As a well-known entrepreneur, Kevin Rose helped change the way we share news (Digg) and how we get tech video content online (Revision3). Today, he is behind the popular review app with the quirky name, Oink. In this interview he tells me how he manages email overload and the benefits, and dangers, of the infamous treadmill desk.

 

"Sometimes it's best just to declare email bankruptcy and start from scratch."

 

Work Flow is a video and blog series featuring day-to-day "how I work" secrets from successful business leaders and entrepreneurs. It highlights the tools they use and the principles they follow for creativity and productivity. Upcoming guests include Digg's Kevin Rose, CNN's Ali Velshi, and social media pioneer danah boyd

Amber Mac is a best-selling author, TV host, speaker, and entrepreneur. She started her career as a web strategist at Razorfish-San Francisco and has spent years working as a tech broadcaster alongside TWiT.tv's Leo Laporte. She is also the cofounder of digital agency MGImedia, a well-known blogger, and the author of Power Friending: Demystifying Social Media to Grow Your Business.

Related: Reddit's Alexis Ohanian's Work Flow: Fancy Hands And Making Things Suck Less

Add New Comment

2 Comments