Jefferson wrote “…Perhaps an editor might begin a reformation in some such way as this. Divide his paper into 4 chapters, heading the 1st, Truths. 2d, Probabilities. 3d, Possibilities. 4th, Lies. The first chapter would be very short, as it would contain little more than authentic papers, and information from such sources as the editor would be willing to risk his own reputation for their truth.
…For these taxi drivers (admittedly a small sample, but ideas are not interesting or even important in exact proportion to the numbers who have them), Western societies now have islands of license in an ocean of regulation. In their working lives they were hemmed in, badgered, and constrained by regulation, supervision, surveillance, and mistrust. However hard they might work (and even that was subject to rules), they would never be much better off; but to change work was almost impossible, and to start a business of their own in France, while not literally impossible, required a kind of exhausting doggedness.
Rulers must be deprived of the political ability to spend trillions on war, and to kill millions, or they will always use the “necessity” of war to enforce austerity.
“Apple did something far smarter than wrap a good technology in a snazzy design; it wrapped a good technology in a great business model.”
“As I hurtled through space, one thought kept crossing my mind – every part of this rocket was supplied by the lowest bidder”
Question, ruling out a miracle, should I have requested the dollar back?
Some lives create so much that their lessons have to be studied.
My business plan and how to make 2016 great
Connecting the dots between Zuckerberg, and a Business Dinner
In the preview of the upcoming Walking Dead, a dumpster exactly like the one that…
I just (re)watched several of his fights and in that stream of binge watching you can see his round trip from good to great.
We discussed it as much as he could say and I could fathom.
The Mayweather and Pacquiao farewell tour.
Post Sale: The Come (Back)