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Maxim Anisimov
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Sharing the latest and probably the last (at least for now) Fresh episode: video interview with Powr of You Co-Founder about building a personal data start-up  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sUbcbf4w1lw

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Some of you might like this documentary about Bitcoinghttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-H6QuIv8OSI #tech   #bitcoin   #documentary  
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Довольно очевидно, но интересно: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j3ZaJAmjeIk
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"Bet on technical insights, not market research. Product leaders create product plans, but those product plans often (usually!) lack the most important component: What is the technical insight upon which those new features, products, or platforms will be built? A technical insight is a new way of applying technology or design that either drives down the cost or increases the functions and usability of the product by a significant factor. The result is something that is better than the competition in a fundamental way. The improvement is often obvious; it doesn’t take a lot of marketing for customers to figure out that this product is different from everything else.

For example, at that time Google was experimenting in applying some of our expertise from online advertising to other advertising markets, including print, radio, and TV. These were clever efforts, supported by smart people, but they lacked that fundamental technical insight that would shift the cost-performance curve non-incrementally and provide significant differentiation. All three ultimately failed. And when we look back at other Google products that didn’t make it (iGoogle, Desktop, Notebook, Sidewiki, Knol, Health, even the popular Reader), they all either lacked underlying technical insights from the outset, or the insights upon which they were based became dated as the Internet evolved."
... and other bits of wisdom from Erich Schmidt's "How Google Works" 
http://max2c.com/how-google-works-by-eric-schmidt-notes/
"How Google Works" by Eric Schmidt, despite being quite self-congratulatory, is full of inspirational ideas and bids of practical wisdom to learn from. I took a
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Dear non-Berkey early-stage or aspiring entrepreneurs!

My friend and classmate is testing an idea of an entrepreneurial program that can be potentially launched by UC Berkeley, based on Steve Blank's Lean Startup principles. To get early feedback, he is willing to interview entrepreneurs that might be potentially interested. Please let me know if you would like to chat about it.
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Check all your locations, tracked by Google.  https://maps.google.com/locationhistory/b/0 I understand, some of you will want to turn it off, even though I actually did the opposite, so here is how: https://support.google.com/gmm/answer/3118687?hl=en
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Talking of documentaries... "Berkeley in the 1960's" is quite amazing. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gXo8X4BoPgU #berkeley   #documentary  
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Here is the 3rd Fresh episode: video interview with Wefinance Founder about building a P2P social lending platform https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sx6y9LBO-nU
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EconTalk podcast on #AI http://max2c.com/econtalk-podcast-on-artificial-intelligence/ I found it quite refreshing in its sensible skepticism towards “AI is dangerous” paranoia.
Just wanted to share a recent episode of EconTalk podcast by Russell Roberts. This one was with NYU Professor Gary Marcus on artificial intelligence and big data. I found it quite refreshing in its...
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In case if you somehow missed it... Free, open to everyone and highly educational Stanford class “How to Start a Startup” has just ended.

But all the materials, including talks by star speakers, such as Paul Graham, Peter Thiel, Ben Horowitz, Sam Altman, Brian Chesky and others are going to be available online.

For quick reference, here is the complete collection of all course materials: http://max2c.com/how-to-start-a-startup-stanford-class-materials/
Free, open to everyone and highly educational Stanford class "How to Start a Startup" has just ended. But all the materials, including talks by star speakers,
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When Mr Putin became president he was seen as a pro-Western, economic liberal. He pledged to clamp down on the oligarchs who wielded power in the 1990s, and to restore the role of the state as chief arbiter. Instead, Ms Dawisha writes, he transformed “an oligarchy independent of and more powerful than the state into a corporatist structure in which oligarchs served at the pleasure of state officials, who themselves gained and exercised economic control…both for the state and for themselves.” The result is that 110 individuals control 35% of Russia’s wealth, according to Ms Dawisha. http://www.economist.com/news/books-and-arts/21633785-academic-investigation-networks-control-russia-band-brothers
Putin’s Kleptocracy: Who Owns Russia? By Karen Dawisha. Simon and Schuster; 445 pages; $30. Buy from Amazon.com “PUTIN, thief! Putin, thief!” chanted the...
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