1. A lot of cool stuff is going on. Android, IoT, Bitcoins, new social paradigms, blurring of consumer and enterprise, sharing economy, health tech, new educational models... the next generation of solutions are coming soon.
2. Android is going to be big. Much much bigger than it is today. Its just the start.
3. Everything that should be smart will be so. I saw a smart mattress company lately. It deduces how well you sleep and gives tips on how to sleep better. Given the cost of connectivity these days, there is no reason that every single object we use should be more intelligent and better at what it does. This space is where Mobile was in 2007.
4. Valuations are sky high and deals are expensive. Something is bound to give. Soon.
5. You need less money to kick off a company. You need more money to make it stick out. It sort of evens out.
6. People and teams are (thankfully) paramount. Investment decisions/recruiting choices are still made based on people first then ideas. Its not as frothy as in late 90s.
7. Silicon Valley is incredibly good at finding holes in everything. And hyping up whatever is the flavor of the day
8. On the flip side, people will go out of their way to help you in this industry. I had read an article on social currency recently. Nowhere is it more apparent than here in Silicon Valley
9. The cafes, libraries, incubators, free office spaces are all booming with all sorts of people hunched over their laptops building new companies. Love the valley!
10. One quickly learns that there is no such thing as a bad idea (well..mostly :) ). Its almost all the time, bad execution.
The first picture is the day I planted him and the others are from yesterday. I can't believe he's got 3 shoots already and the main one that was started when planted it, is the large leaves. I don't know what variety this is, since it is from the grocery store, but since we liked it, I'm hoping it will not be some hybrid that reverts to something inedible or unpalatable. I'm debating on how to continue growing this as I'm still plagued by the monster eating my large leaves in my garden and my sweet potatoes in the front. I don't know if it would get enough light on my enclosed patio, even elevated to the window height. I'll have to do some research, but from what I've read if you eat the leaves, roots or fruit, they need full sun, BUT that's not always true for lettuce so... wish me luck!!
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