Monthly Archives: March 2011

Founding Relics

I love “founding relics” – those old documents, sketchs and pitch decks from a company’s earliest days that make it clear that even some of Silicon Valley’s biggest success stories all started out just like you – a couple of … Continue reading

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The World is (not really) Flat

I finally took the plunge and bought one of those “great courses” to listen to on my weekly drives up to the Valley. The “Great Courses” (of course) are those ubiquitously promoted university level courses taught by “some of the … Continue reading

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