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Spectator Article: How to deliver the perfect pitch

http://dkocina.com/artefactos/sirius/isla/sci-sil-5-isla-900-m3h.html You’ve got a brilliant business idea: here’s how to sell it to venture capitalists in five minutes flat Spectator Money, 26 November 2016 As someone who’s passionate about the power of compelling speech, there is nothing I hate more than watching somebody blow an opportunity. A pitch to a venture capitalist, whether on stage in front Read more about Spectator Article: How to deliver the perfect pitch[…]

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Get ready for Singularity: it’s closer to reality than we think

opzioni binarie andrea bianchi Hooked to a computer, your brain will be able to answer a question before you even knew to ask it I HAVE spent a lot of the past week checking out Ray Kurzweil’s world after reading Carole Cadwalladr’s interview with him in The Observer. It is a pretty eye-opening experience. Google’s new director of engineering estimates that computers Read more about Get ready for Singularity: it’s closer to reality than we think[…]

Rainbow Loom: the craze that makes the internet look good

http://www.accomacinn.com/?falos=chartsignale-bin%C3%A4re-optionen chartsignale binäre optionen The rubber-band bracelet craze: ‘somehow digital feels better when it produces something real’ I was delighted to see the Duchess of Cornwall wearing a Rainbow Loom bracelet on her Canadian tour (pictured below). Since Camilla is the grandmother of a seven-year-old girl, my suspicions are that this was a present from her. As the owner Read more about Rainbow Loom: the craze that makes the internet look good[…]

Google Cardboard: tech giant staffers think outside the box

site de rencontres pour expatriés Blurring the distinction between the real and virtual worlds: Google takes another step down the road One of the things I’ve admired most about Google as an employer is its 20 per cent rule: it allows and encourages its employees to spend 20 per cent of their time on projects that don’t align with their Read more about Google Cardboard: tech giant staffers think outside the box[…]

Virtual doctors: easier to talk to than the real thing

http://www.mentzer-consult.de/?afinoes=binary-options-bonus-ohne-einzahlung&c9d=5c At USC’s Institute of Creative Technologies in LA, the future is here – and it’s virtual After writing about Google Cardboard and its predecessor – a device made by the University of Southern California’s Institute of Creative Technologies – last week, I realised I had a layover of several hours in Los Angeles. Seeing as the Institute lies Read more about Virtual doctors: easier to talk to than the real thing[…]

A 3D printer for every school would encourage innovation

forex hakkında bilinmesi gerekenler THE WEEK – JUNE 2014 Launch of a $500 printer from California boosts UK campaign to get schoolchildren making things After last month’s dismal news from Santa Barbara, it was heartening to see something a great deal more inspiring come out of the Southern California city. Start-up company Mission St. Manufacturing announced they were raising Read more about A 3D printer for every school would encourage innovation[…]

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What Las Vegas can teach us about backing entrepreneurs

allenarsi sulle opzioni binarie THE WEEK – MAY 2014 Tony Hsieh’s Downtown Project encourages people to take the leap: it’s just what Britain needs   BRITAIN must cut taxes and red tape to produce more entrepreneurs, screamed the headline in the Daily Telegraph this week.  The Centre for Policy Studies found that Britain lags behind Hong Kong, the US, Australia, Israel, Read more about What Las Vegas can teach us about backing entrepreneurs[…]

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Staggering school holidays will hurt working parents

click THE WEEK – MAY 2014 #Staggered: join my campaign to keep school holidays unified – David Cameron is wrong   I AM TRYING to “lean in” as much as I can. But if schools stagger their holidays and stretch the breaks throughout the year, as the Prime Minister and the National Association of Head Teachers Read more about Staggering school holidays will hurt working parents[…]

40% of online advertising misses the target: here’s why

opcje binarne straty THE WEEK – MAY 2014 Make them funny, sexy, cute and illuminating – but what really matters is that they are unpredictable I know I’m not alone in being cross with online advertisements. In fact, since writing articles on Singularity and Virtual Reality I am being stalked by ads for eye-tracking goggles and brain sensors. At least they are Read more about 40% of online advertising misses the target: here’s why[…]

Fly me to the moon: Oculus Rift is just the beginning

opcje binarne sposób THE WEEK – APRIL 2014 Will Zuckerberg keep to his promise to promote virtual reality outside of the world of gamers? THE first thing I did when I heard about Facebook’s $2 billion acquisition of the virtual reality goggle maker Oculus Rift was reach for my digital copy of Ready Player One by Ernest Cline. Read more about Fly me to the moon: Oculus Rift is just the beginning[…]