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Any recommendations for books on highly successful/rich p...

17 Apr 2014

Posted by Peter Morris in Nonfiction
I'm looking to learn more about what makes people successful especially in the context of successful businesses. There must be some patterns and principles that can be applied. Suggestions can be names of successful people or their biographies, but also books on what makes people and busines...

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Intellectual Property: A Thought Experiment

26 Jun 2013

It dawned on me earlier in the week that the ship of Theseus thought experiment has a great deal of application to intellectual property questions, at least if I modified it a little (turns the modification is like a modification by Thomas Hobbes). A ship is being re-built one piece at a time, an...

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Reblogged: Need a Breather?

Today, 03:33 AM

Atlantic Cities describes a new business, Breather, that offers short-term bookings of office and meeting space. The founder realized the need for such a service after a large amount of business travel caused him to become painfully aware of the shortcomings of such places as hotel lobbies and co...

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Frustrated by the constant, inaccurate representations of viruses in textbooks and the media, Jerram was inspired to create his transparent and colorless Glass Microbiology series in 2004. To recreate each virus in glass as accurately as possible, he consulted with virologists from the University of Bristol. Jerram also collaborated with professional glassblowers such as Kim George, for help with the intricate and delicate pieces. Each handmade viral sculpture measures roughly one million times larger than the pathogen it represents.

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