Monthly Archives: August 2013

How to Make Perfect Coffee – Michael Haft and Harrison Suarez – The Atlantic

Pretty decent article on coffee but I especially like how they address what is “good” coffee. To understand good coffee, we have to start with how the coffee world measures its brews. After all, if you’re trying categorize your coffee, … Continue reading

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Depression and the Entrepreneur

It is amazing how many people make statements to me like “oh it must be great having your own company”, “I really want to make my own career like you so I can have less stress I my life”, or … Continue reading

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Open Medical Hardware

How very interesting.  This is a space ive been watching and excited about especially in relationship to additive manufacturing.  Its going to be very interesting if lots of common medical supplies become super cheap. “Open Medical Hardware: The Open Stent” … Continue reading

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War Drums: Syria

   The warm drums are beating. “A spokesman for No 10 said: “The prime minister and President Obama are both gravely concerned by the attack that took place in Damascus on Wednesday and the increasing signs that this was a … Continue reading

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Student Loans Will Haunt You to the Grave

Student loans, especially for degrees with little market value, seriously impact a individuals life time wealth as well as their piece of mind. Unfortunately while massive Govt backing of student loans has made it possible for more individuals to go … Continue reading

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▶ Real Chen Boxing: 1981Chen Xiaowang

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Business plans and investors

I think this is pretty much true “Get Investors to First Invest Time After giving investors an overview of your company, your next goal is to secure a meeting. Realize that investors have two scarce resources: their time and their … Continue reading

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