Who To Blame For Failed IPOs | TechCrunch
Ottway Ducard stashed this in startups
The concentration of wealth into the hands of an ever shrinking few leads to a bifurcated society of have and have-nots that few of us want to see. And the avarice that underwrites this shift is bleeding Silicon Valley of its best talent and the type of people who made it such a remarkable and productive place.
As every kid learns the first rule of ecology: it's not nice to pee in the pool.
And you shouldn't even have to tell kids not to do #2 in the pool.
I think that falls in the realm of human instinct. (Thank goodness)
You would think. And yet, I regularly meet people who have not learned that rule.
This probably doesn't have a lot to do with the article other than the title, but I liked this quote.
"A man can fail many times, but he isn't a failure until he begins to blame somebody else." John Burroughs