"You’ve got to be closer to the edge than ever to win. That means sometimes you go over the edge, and I don’t mean driving, either." - Dale Earnheardt
If you want to strangle competition, use the government - the role of local governments in broadband deployment
Celebrating the 30 year anniversary of the publication of William Gibson’s visionary Neuromancer exploring something called cyberspace
So, am I suggesting that position is everything and that movement and “core competencies” don’t matter? Far from it. All I’m suggesting is that position is a pre-requisite for success if your goal is to deliver sustained levels of high growth. If you’re not positioned in the right places in the economy, you’ll find growth more and more challenging, no matter how smart and agile you are. If you’re focused on parts of the economy that are concentrating, there’s a fundamental challenge: concentration implies that there will be fewer and fewer winners over time – it’s a “winner takes all” proposition.
New book by Clement Vidal explores the fundamental battle of the universe: the struggle between rising disorder and rising complexity