The Two Things about Web programming
nevver: Control-C Control-V more The Story of The Two Things: http://www.csun.edu/~dgw61315/thetwothings.html
NYU Professor opening up his MBA class to... →
tonyhschu: “Musings on Markets: My small challenge to the “university” business model” - Aswath Damodaran. Challenges to the entrenched educations models are cropping up everywhere.
Collaborative Fund: Mike Bloomberg Is A Smart... →
collaborativefund: This is the first piece in a Collaborative Fund-curated series at Fast Company, written by thought leaders in the for-profit, for-good business space. The founder of Codecademy explains why learning how to program is the best job security you can have, and how a knowledge of code is the…
The High-Tech Tortoise | Think Quarterly →
BY Leslie Berlin Conventional wisdom suggests that speed to market is crucial to business success. But the history of Silicon Valley contains stories of second-placed competitors who ultimately triumphed over their speedier opponents. We go in search of insights from the archives.
Collaborative Fund: Quiet Leaders Build Lasting... →
collaborativefund: “The US’s mood was at its most humble when its actual achievements were at their most extraordinary.” -David Brooks Humility is not about being a martyr or abandoning one’s own interests, desires, and suppressing competitive drive. It’s not about shunning success, money, acclaim,…
Targeting Energy Efficiency from Both Sides of the... →
Utilities spend a lot of money getting their customers to waste less energy in their buildings — but they don’t really have much insight into what’s going on inside the buildings themselves. Can the right software help them get it? That’s what Retroficiency is promising with the launch of its new Virtual Energy Assessment tool. The Boston-based startup already does building-side energy...
I LIKE IT HERE. - M.: i have the sensation, as do... →
texturism: i have the sensation, as do my friends, that to function as a proficient human, you must both “keep up” with the internet and pursue more serious, analog interests. i blog about real life; i talk about the internet. it’s so exhausting to exist on both registers, especially while holding down a…
Jason Putorti: From Mint to Votizen →
putorti: After a year of building Votizen with the team, I finally had a chance to take a small break over the holidays and reflect. I’ve worked in the Valley for almost five years now. Crazy to think how fast the time flew by, and how I’m more excited than ever. Since I haven’t written much lately, I…
Amazing Judging Panel for NYC Cleanweb Hackathon →
blakestar: Nick Allen laid it out. No need to restate the obvious awesomeness of this line up.
The Hypernet and Driverless Cars →
thehypernet: The driverless car is a great example of a new, unexpected experience made possible by the Hyperweb (see Roger’s hypothesis #1). The car will be a node, and it will receive data from multiple clouds. For example, it might take orders from its owner to go pick up the kids, and it will monitor traffic servers to choose the optimal route. In his post Koushik Dutta points out that...
KORE Telematics’ Alex Brisbourne (Part 3): An Internet of Things API? http://t.co/YWfYJeBJ #IoT
Our favorite tech #longreads of 2011 - good list by VentureBeat: http://t.co/duYtraA3