+Brian J Griffith
You go ahead and post whatever you want on your own website. But don't fault me for exercising my freedoms in choosing to not hire you if I think you're incapable of seeing how the world works and not worth the investment of time to teach it to. A PhD... impressive.. now will you DO something with it? I started my first corporation at age 16, at age 30 I co-founded the world's first global (and privately owned and funded) social network. I've created many jobs, donated a lot of money to charity, spent a lot of time serving many charities, earned the respect and trust of many government and industry leaders who turn to me for guidance when making significant decisions. I'll take my selling my first Internet company in '95 and retiring at 34 over years of being taught idealistic but impractical thinking any day. I'm in the process of launching yet another non-profit... this one will be to fast-track underprivileged, under-educated or under-employed individuals into productive jobs and careers in media. But again... you go ahead and say whatever you want. Just remember the people who make decisions about your future can and will read what you write at a young and naive age. About now many will translate this into "He's awfully outspoken from the shelter of academia, awfully proud of what he might do
, but we'll sit back a few years and see what he does do
." Go DO something... then come back and talk to us.