Monthly Archives: February 2012

Can Real Estate Really Have Long Term Value?

I read a very interesting – and contrarian – article in Reuters today. The article argues that it is possible – and given that those with a vested interest like Trulia and Bankrate hesitatingly agree, it is probably more likely … Continue reading

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Overflights and iPads – China is not as big as it thinks!

The trademark spat between Apple and Proview of China just got really interesting, and, ironically, reminded me of Air Canada. For those not following, Apple claims it bought the worldwide rights to the trademarked term “iPad” several years ago, but … Continue reading

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MBAs, Innovation and Disruption

I read a fascinating article in today’s WSJ, available here, about how AOL was the first Facebook, that really understood the value of community. Unfortunately, as they became a public company, a “Taliban” of MBAs came in, focused on short … Continue reading

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Does 3D Printing Exclude China?

In the last several years, the concept of 3D printing has shown significant promise and even actual execution. 3D printers have existed, at least according to Wikipedia, since the 1980s. However, the combination of reduced cost of printer, increased flexibility, … Continue reading

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