Monthly Archive: November 2005

Amazing new camera

I’ve just seen one of the coolest gadgets I’ve ever imagined. It’s a plenoptic camera, developed by a student at Stanford. This digital camera not only measures the amount of light coming at a specific point, but also how much light arrives at each ray. What this means is that you can take a single […]


Social Networking

I’m deeply concerned about my social network. Deeply. It all started about 8 years ago, when I began to read tons of books on how to run a business and how to deal with people. It started to hit home that there is no truer adage than: "It’s not what you know — it’s who […]


Mob life imitates art

I just read a fascinating article on ABC news about 50-Cent’s role in his new movie, a semi-true-life story about his rise from cocaine dealer to rapper. Ala Eminem’s 8 Mile, though Eminem wasn’t really a gangster. The best part of the article, though, is how it continues to discuss mobster’s fascination with Hollywood over […]