Approach Problems like Einstein Money quote, “95% defining the problem, 5% solving it.” This is the definition of the proper allocation of resources.
fred-wilson: so good
The future of education. I just read a tweet that asked the question of who will need a teacher in the future. My answer … we all need teachers.
18 Rules of Living by the Dalai Lama | The Unbounded Spirit http://theunboundedspirit.com/18-rules-of-living-by-the-dalai-lama/
MATCHES Great article on Hubspot’s culture. It all boils down to living the Change you want to be. Win.
Sometimes the best measure of whether a piece of legislation is really good is when everyone simultaneously thinks the law is not enough while at the same time is over reaching. Read this op ed from the Times. Why Obamacare is a Conservative’s Dream – http://www.nytimes.com/2012/09/30/opinion/sunday/why-obamacare-is-a-conservatives-dream.html?_r=1&
Driverless cars … The future will be here sooner then we can imagine. (Source: https://www.youtube.com/)
Rewarding Good Teachers Compensation should be directed to incent behaviors you (or we) want. True of Sales People, Entrepreneurs, and Teachers. This article Frames the recent strikes in Chicago, and the need to push compensation to based upon the value that teachers add.
http://plus.cnbc.com/rssvideosearch/action/player/id/3000117416/code/cnbcplayershare Early part of Barry Diller’s interview on CNBC today. Touches mobile, Facebook, running the business for the long run. (Source: http://plus.cnbc.com/)