I had the pleasure of giving a talk at Less Conference 3010 last May titled "Guiding Principles for Running a Successful Little Startup".
The conference was one of the best ones I have been to. Very well organized, very interesting talks, GREAT location with super-fast wifi, good food, fun parties...the works! They also limited attendance to 200 people or so, which made it nice and intimate.
If they organize it again this year, you should definitely try to go.
Last night Alan and Steve posted the video of my talk, embedded below. Aside from the obvious awkwardness of watching myself on video, the main feeling I had while watching it was "I can't believe that was me, only 5 months ago". I feel like I've grown a few years since the end of May, and now realize how naive my expectations of keeping the Balsamiq team frozen in time for the next foreseeable future was.
Anyways, the talk is a bit all over the place, full of mumbling and half-finished sentences...but it was very well received by the (very kind) audience, so I thought I'd share it here.
I hope it helps some of you a little, let me know what you think!