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  • you need to be a bit uncomfortable to stay relevant.
  • our core mission to organize the world’s information.
  • Sergey and I are seriously in the business of starting new things. Alphabet will also include our X lab, which incubates new efforts like Wing, our drone delivery effort. We are also stoked about growing our investment arms, Ventures and Capital, as part of this new structure.

  • Within many large companies, brilliant engineers are convinced to toil away at ultimately-unimportant features.
  • Within many large companies, brilliant engineers are convinced to toil away at ultimately-unimportant features. When the company was one-tenth its size, they would have worked on projects with ten times the long-term impact, but now measure success by the number of users they touch rather than the value they create

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  • m its current 11 employees to, hopefully, 25 by the end of the year is the amount of clients his company is landing, lack of local competition for what his team does and a strong partnership with a well-known analytics firm in San Francisco.
Aug 06, 15

"Arthur C. Clarke said, “Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” "

  • rural southwest plains of Tucumcari, New Mexico. He grew  up on a ranch and competed in rodeo during his youth.  Although he no longer competes,  these experiences continue to inspire him to this day. After graduating high school,  he attended Mesa College where he studied sculpting. During his summers, he taught  art classes to Tucumcari’s youth. Today he teaches children, adults and other artists.
Jun 03, 15

"As Feld recently told Richard Florida: “Central, top down, planning — like the economic strategy of communist Russia, doesn’t work. Hierarchical planning, whether driven by government, university, or other hierarchical organizations doesn’t work. There is no president of a startup community. There is no vice president of membership, or vice president of education. Startup communities are networks — glorious in all their messiness and chaos. However, they aren’t simply organic phenomena. You have to have leaders who are entrepreneurs. They have to have a long-term view. They have to be inclusive of anyone who wants to engage. And they have to create, and have, activities and events occurring on a continuous basis”."

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