Unfortunately, I have to announce that this blog post will have more than two parts. This part will deal with some important concepts that will inform some of the conclusions I will make later. First a recap of Part 1. Part 1 mostly dealt with the departure of Paul Otellini, the former CEO. I thought … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: May 2013
The Resurrection of Wintel Part 1.
I never imagined I would be writing this post. I was planing on writing what I thought would be my last post about Intel. It was to deal with the departure of Paul Otellini the former CEO and a recent article about him published by the Atlantic. I will do an abbreviated comment on that and then begin to get into the meat of the Wintel Resurrection.
Midas List: The class of 2013
Forbes just published their Midas List of the Top 100 Venture Capital Investors. I was listed in the top ten (number eight) ten years ago. That was the last time I appeared on the list. It was interesting to me to see the top ten of 2013 and to realize that not one person … Continue reading
What happens when a frozen egg meets a frozen sperm
I just read a wonderful article about a 35 year old woman that froze 70 of her eggs. Evidently, it cost her $50,000 but it is an insurance policy that will allow her to have children in her 40’s even later. Now she does not have to make some bad choices about having a child with someone she does not really love. She points out that this is way of achieving more equality with men even economic equality. I have never thought of it that way but I think this is an important point. Continue reading
To my subscribers
I started this blog almost eight years ago when I turned sixty years old. My average number of visits per day has gone from ten to fourty during that time. The total number of views is now over 45,000. This does not count those that subscribe to this blog. Since the way I set up … Continue reading