Nexus is a startup based in Palo Alto, California. We are changing the way the world thinks about how people work, learn, and interact with the digital world.
I really like Nexus. It seems like a really cool idea that could make all the world’s computers work better together.
Well, I like the whole Nexus thing and am really excited about the potential it can have for changing the way people work.
Nexus is the brainchild of Chris Anderson, the co-founder and CEO of the original (now defunct) company that was the brainchild of Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak, the co-founder of Apple Computer. Anderson and Wozniak have two other co-founders: Josh Silver, a former co-founder and VP of marketing, and Dan Pink, who worked for Apple in the mid-1950s.
Anderson has spoken about his Nexus aspirations before, saying that in his vision, “You’re going to have a company where you’re not spending money, which means you can spend time working with people and you can learn from them.” Pink has said that Nexus is so much more than a Facebook for work. Pink believes that Nexus might be the beginning of the end of the corporate mentality that has dominated the technology industry for over fifty years.
It’s a lot in line with Dan Pink’s vision of what Nexus stands for. Sure, Facebook is still a lot of money, but it seems like the Nexus vision is to make companies more like you and I. It might be that our companies will be more like our friends and family, and that they might be less like the companies they work for.
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We aren’t sure what exactly Nexus is, but it’s an amazing idea for connecting people and groups together. Nexus has a simple premise: if you’re a group of people who are very attached to your group identity, you’re not going to be happy if someone else starts a Nexus group but isn’t a part of your group. Nexus allows you to have a group without having to worry about having to choose your group members.
Nexus is essentially another place to store your group identity. Its a place that you can go to if you dont trust your groupmates or if you just havent been around for a while. Nexus allows you to go back and make sure that youre part of a group, or even just to go back to a time that you werent part of a group.