What’s Next in Computing?
Really great summary of the past, present and future of computing.
Give great companies and products broader reach and they will love you.
Slack App Store could be as seminal a development as the Apple and Google App stores were for mobile applications.
I did not admire most of Scalia's opinions, but I do admire his - and RBG's - ability to form a friendship around civil disagreement.
“If you can’t disagree ardently with your colleagues about some issues of law and yet personally still be friends, get another job, for Pete’s sake,”
Wow! Getting established creators invested in VR will be an accelerant.
Interesting thought experiment. I can also think of a lot of counter examples though. Square is building up the stack, not down the stack, etc.
Foreign-born residents are 13% of the U.S. population but hold 1/3 of US patents & 1/4 of Nobel Prizes.
A fundamental framework for evaluating companies.
Interesting write-up on how Medium is democratizing political discourse in DC.
A worthy review of John Williams's body of (memorable!) work.
"Five stars!" "Must read read!" "Full of insight and ingenuity!" Lol.
Great piece on Alibaba as the champion and gatekeeper of American brands in China.
A crime caper destined to be a movie. So good, fun read.
Lots of interesting points in the piece. My observation from my brief stint in London is that there are cultural differences that hold people back (risk aversion) as well as a lack of "second gen" entrepreneurs to build again, coach and invest - though both issues are slowly being overcome.
“This is a sickness in Europe,” Galbraith says: “The past is valued more than the future.”
My money is still on Rubio for the Repub candidate come 2016. Unless he drowns in all that water he chugs.