Geometric mashups, found objects: Trendspotting at Pinta New York

A Conversation on Philanthropy with Bill Gates and Sir Michael Moritz 


Giving away $30 billion is hard—at least if you want to do it well.

Bill Gates, the world’s greatest active philanthropist, has not only given away that much, but he’s built a foundation that is capable of making sure that money is spent on projects that will make a big difference in the world.

At Sequoia, we’ve long worked with nonprofits and other philanthropic organizations.

How a Radical New Teaching Method Could Unleash a Generation of Geniuses | Wired Business | Wired.com 

Wonderful article that points to the need for us to reconsider our approach to education in the 21st century!

Distribution of births in the continental US

at Point Lobos State Reserve

@evernote announces partnership with @salesforce @plibin @benioff

Tyler Cowen of George Mason University thinks the population will soon be divided into two groups: those who are good at working with intelligent machines, and those who can be replaced by them. The former will prosper; the latter will play a lot of video games.

Just used the Square register to pay for my new Evernote bag at EC2013. Delightful!

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