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Art Leyzerovich

I am a seeker of truth and the founder of TellMeNoMoreLies.

I'm currently in Australia, working in Telecom. I also do Business and Product Strategy consulting.



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Voted to Affirm on Aug 12, 2013
“See the FAQ on this site.”

100%
29 authority votes
Assertion made on Jan 11, 2011
By Art Leyzerovich
0 unique votes in the last 30 days
Startups 8  0    
TMNML 6  0    

Voted to Deny on Feb 3, 2011
“If you miss the user experience up front, you will
drive away your users immediately, and the early
adopters are the ones you need to stay with you to
give you constant feedback.”
“It is better for startups to launch with barebones user experience optimisation and then rapidly iterate than to do a big long UX design up front.”
Explanation: “If you miss the user experience up front, you will drive away your users immediately, and the early adopters are the ones you need to stay with you to give you constant feedback.”

45%
64 authority votes
Assertion made on Jan 11, 2011
By Art Leyzerovich
0 unique votes in the last 30 days
Product Management 12  0    
Startups 8  0    

Voted to Deny on Feb 24, 2011
“I'm not sure he's ready to be a leader. He is
smart and inspiring, but not sure that he is a
good manager or organiser. Even Vint Cerf can
barely muster an half-baked endorsement on CNN:
http://cnn.com/video/?/video/tech/2011/02/24/ns.google.vp.page.cerf.cnn”
“Puting Larry Page in as CEO will be a net positive for Google.”
Explanation: “I'm not sure he's ready to be a leader. He is smart and inspiring, but not sure that he is a good manager or organiser. Even Vint Cerf can barely muster an half-baked endorsement on CNN: http://cnn.com/video/?/video/tech/2011/02/24/ns.google.vp.page.cerf.cnn”

22%
18 authority votes
Assertion made on Jan 11, 2011
By Art Leyzerovich
0 unique votes in the last 30 days
Google 7  0    

Voted to Deny on Mar 11, 2011
“The stock price has been stagnant for 3 years now,
and I think the market has definitely priced in
the up side. They have also stopped innovating,
let alone generating new lines of business, so it
all depends on the perpetual growth of the ads
business. I think it will sit flat.”
“Ticker:GOOG (Google Inc) will go up.”
Explanation: “The stock price has been stagnant for 3 years now, and I think the market has definitely priced in the up side. They have also stopped innovating, let alone generating new lines of business, so it all depends on the perpetual growth of the ads business. I think it will sit flat.”

0%
10 authority votes
Assertion made on Jan 11, 2011
By Art Leyzerovich
0 unique votes in the last 30 days
Google 7  0    
Financial Investing 3  0    

Voted to Affirm on Mar 6, 2011
“My knowledge of psychology says that visual or
aural imagery and constant repetition leave a
trace on the mindset of listeners. Hearing "calls
to arms" from politicians makes it a little more
justifiable literally taking up arms oneself.”
“Violent language in political speech has an actual impact on the behaviour and actions of people.”
Explanation: “My knowledge of psychology says that visual or aural imagery and constant repetition leave a trace on the mindset of listeners. Hearing "calls to arms" from politicians makes it a little more justifiable literally taking up arms oneself.”

100%
19 authority votes
Assertion made on Jan 11, 2011
By Art Leyzerovich
0 unique votes in the last 30 days
Politics 2  0    

Voted to Affirm on Jan 26, 2011
“It might not be creative or innovative, but the
requirement is that it create value for users,
which it does, even if only users in their own
country. Running a store also doesn't create
anything, it just redistributes goods, but we
consider shop keepers to be just as much business
people as anyone else, so why have different
standards for startup entrepreneurs.”
“Copying business models from other countries is a valid things for internet startups to do.”
Explanation: “It might not be creative or innovative, but the requirement is that it create value for users, which it does, even if only users in their own country. Running a store also doesn't create anything, it just redistributes goods, but we consider shop keepers to be just as much business people as anyone else, so why have different standards for startup entrepreneurs.”

94%
37 authority votes
Assertion made on Jan 11, 2011
By Art Leyzerovich
0 unique votes in the last 30 days
Startups 8  0    
Internet 2  0    

Voted to Affirm on Jan 27, 2011
“I think that the internet is an inevitable force
of globalisation, so if you don't like
globalisation, you would be opposed to internet-y
principles.”
“If you are anti-globalization, are you anti the Internet?”
Explanation: “I think that the internet is an inevitable force of globalisation, so if you don't like globalisation, you would be opposed to internet-y principles.”

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12 authority votes
Assertion made on Jan 12, 2011
By davestone
0 unique votes in the last 30 days
Politics 2  0    
Internet 2  0    

Voted to Affirm on Jan 30, 2011

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10 authority votes
Assertion made on Jan 30, 2011
By John Hornbaker
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Startups 8  0    

Voted to Affirm on Jan 31, 2011
“It's pretty low cost, and the engineers are
qualified. However, I would only place an
engineering team there, not any other functions.”
“Russian is a great place to have engineering team for a start-up.”
Explanation: “It's pretty low cost, and the engineers are qualified. However, I would only place an engineering team there, not any other functions.”

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5 authority votes
Assertion made on Jan 31, 2011
By Maxim Azarov
0 unique votes in the last 30 days
Product Management 12  0    

Voted to Affirm on Jan 27, 2011
“Many studies have been done that show social and
even economic suffering is the result of an
increasing gap between rich and ppor and a
concentration of wealth in the hands of the few.
Societies that are more egalitarian report higher
levels of happiness, health, job satisfaction,
etc.”
“The rising gap between rich and poor in the U.S. is bad for society.”
Explanation: “Many studies have been done that show social and even economic suffering is the result of an increasing gap between rich and ppor and a concentration of wealth in the hands of the few. Societies that are more egalitarian report higher levels of happiness, health, job satisfaction, etc.”

94%
19 authority votes
Assertion made on Jan 11, 2011
By Art Leyzerovich
0 unique votes in the last 30 days
Politics 2  0    

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