What do you see that the rest of us are blind to? — Tim Westergreen (Founder of Pandora), during his Keynote at Stanford Graduate School of Business Conference on Entrepreneurship last week.
If you live each day as if it was your last, someday you’ll most certainly be right.
A newly released official website of the upcoming Royal Wedding of Prince William and Catherine Middleton can be found here. This marks the modern way of wedding coverage for a Royal family, where you can find all the news updates, pictures, videos and even Twitter feed.
The website also offer pictures taken from Westminster Abbey, short history of Buckingham Palace and the virtual tours of the famous palace. Stay tune on the website for more information before the official wedding date on April 29, 2011.
The photograph above is taken from their official site.
One of the most inspiring session I attended last week is a short discussion with Chris Mitchell, founder of Audio Analytic. Chris is one of the Kauffman Global Scholars alumni who chooses to return to U.K. to start his venture locally. Other than the usual tips such as recruit the best engineers to make your ideas happen and to choose carefully which the best marketplace for your product is, I believe Chris has shared with us the most overlooked resources to leverage our startups, i.e. the government.
Following are some of the insights which I believe are as important as other most commonly discussed tips for startups:
I hope these insights would help getting more ideas on how to start your businesses. Good luck, everyone!
Doing something unimportant well does not make it important. Requiring a lot of time also does not make a task important. — Timothy Ferriss, The 4-Hour Workweek.
The Age of Stupid. Why didn’t we save ourselves when we had the chance to?
An independent and crowd-funded movie to illustrate the devastated future of our world in 2055, due to the global climate change. This movie is produced by Spanner Films, who also produce McLibel, a movie which tells the story of two ordinary people who humiliated McDonalds in the biggest corporate PR disaster in history.