A Few Thoughts Provoked by an Article on Online Learning

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I was a little surprised to see the tone of this article on Online Education, especially the title. Commodified, one-size-fits-all education is indeed a solution to many problems, including crushingly high tuition, college selectivity, state budget problems and the mania for credentialing. Unfortunately, it is not a solution to the major problem facing America today: teaching […]

The Spirit of Free Inquiry

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The ingenuity and inventiveness of the Chinese, which have given so much to mankind silk, tea, porcelain, paper, printing, and more would no doubt have enriched China further and probably brought it to the threshold of modern industry, had it not been for this stifling state control. It is the State that kills technological progress in China. Not only in […]

“Inspired” by Marty Cagan – How to Create Products Customers Love

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This book is almost everything you wanted to know about building products. Not everything. Every essential thing. This book demystifies product discovery, opportunity assessment and how you can build great products. It covers the essence of a great product culture. I just loved it.  Every product entrepreneur and product team should buy a copy. I […]