Justin responds to listener questions: How do you decide if an idea is worth launching? How do you build products if you have kids and a full-time job? What outside material are you allowed to use in a podcast?
Justin responds to listener questions:
The product founder doesn't push an idea on the people. Instead, the people provide the inspiration for the product.
Your product idea really has to be something that people want. You can't force your idea on people, hoping that they'll buy.
The only thing that matters, is the work – when you’re building a product, there are a lot of things you can spend your time on: tweeting, answering email, fiddling with analytics. No procrastinating. Building a product is like pushing a rock uphill: your whole focus should be getting that rock to move a little farther. Everything else is a distraction.
In copyright law, there is something called Fair Use. However, it's application is complicated. For example, if I wanted to use a heavy metal track, there's a few things that might affect me using it under Fair Use: am I earning revenue from the podcast? Am I stealing business from the copyright owner? How much of the podcast does the copyrighted material take up (ie. 8 minutes of a 10 minute show?).
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