To work in web is to be constantly behind the curve. I didn’t think I’d be in this position for such a long time, but that’s the nature of the game. I’ve been at the game for a few years now. I love the game. It’s in my blood. I’m not remotely talented, but I’m… Read More To Work in Web is to Be Constantly Behind the Curve
Deeming a drug safe is much easier than deeming it effective. One thing most people don’t understand is that the hard scientific costs of drug development at a scientific level are usually millions of dollars, not billions. What happened in the late 50’s and 60’s was the birth of children with limb malformities/malformations as a… Read More Why Drug Development Cost So Much, Engineer’s Perspective
I see something on the horizon of sales that will change everything. In the USA, there are something like 18 Million sales people. We are a country of sales people. I see something exciting, because I’m addicted to apps. Every day, I am witness to the largest demo day on the planet. Over 15,000 web… Read More Don’t Send a Human To Do a Machine’s Job: A Note to Sales Teams
People against nuclear energy are missing some key perspectives. Everyone who is educated on the nature of $/MWh, cares about the environment, understands specific energy, power density, and environmental impacts can clearly see that it will take a combination of energy sources with Nuclear doing the heavy lifting to come to a more energy sustainable future. The big problem… Read More People Against Nuclear Energy
Studying Innovation History is fun. For the last 20 years, I’ve studied over 1000 inventors and creators. It started with my first shitty invention at the age of 6- an infinite loop solar panel tied to a flashlight and a book given to me by my grandfather about inventors. It grew into a brute force fascination… Read More A History of Innovators: To Grow Really Big, Do Something Small Absurdly Well.
What Creators Know About Patents. Great creators know that patents are mostly a human video game of sorts that they are required to partake in. They create things because they have a disease of the soul that makes them feel sick if they’re not creating things. Patents are not necessary for a resourceful creator’s success.… Read More What Creators Know About Patents.
Quotes About Creativity, Transhumanism, Behavior, Technology, and Entrepreneurship “I think this whole Valley has gotten way ahead of itself, and I’m excited for the crash, and for all the pretenders to clear out and for the people who are the die-hards, the builders, the people who have been hustling and selling candy in their high… Read More Quotes About Creativity, Transhumanism, Behavior, Technology, and Entrepreneurship
Deadly Dye tldr: Textile dyeing and finishing is one of the most damning water pollutants of the 21st century. My fascinations with polymer and textile engineering began in college. It all started with an image I saw in my 3rd year of engineering school. That’s your jean denim polluting the ocean. I was… Read More Deadly Dye
Twitter Conversation & Reading Recommendations from Pmarca. For a long time I was confused about how VC’s work, especially given my reasonable level of mathematical competency. I had to get to the bottom of it. Most of the VC’s I tweeted on twitter couldn’t answer the questions that had arisen from me having studied a… Read More Twitter Conversation & Reading Recommendations from Pmarca.
Your Digestive System is Combinatorially Complex. Your gut system has a greater gut bacteria count than the body’s entire cell count. You should be immediately suspicious of anyone proposing a one-size-fits-all dietary solution that doesn’t disclose their recipe or tradeoffs in ingredients sizes. “Rapid gene-sequencing techniques have revealed that the biggest and most diverse metropolises… Read More Your Digestive System is Combinatorially Complex.