The future belongs to those who see possibilities before they become obvious.
Of all the Internet companies we're involved with, this one is by far the most technologically ambitious,
Over the years, I have developed a pretty good Rolodex.
Nothing will divide this nation more than ignorance, and nothing can bring us together better than an educated population.
If we hadn't put a man on the moon, there wouldn't be a Silicon Valley today.
We try to picture what the products will be and then say, what technology should we be working on today to help us get there.
People are going to be most creative and productive when they're doing something they're really interested in. So having fun isn't an outrageous idea at all. It's a very sensible one.
We expect teachers to handle teenage pregnancy, substance abuse, and the failings of the family. Then we expect them to educate our children.
It's a lot easier to find top, world-class people to run small companies than big ones ... because you get a much bigger equity upside if your company is successful,
In the industrial age, the CEO sat on the top of the hierarchy and didn't have to listen to anybody . . . . In the information age, you have to listen to the ideas of people regardless of where they are in the organization.
I have found that I always learn more from my mistakes than from my successes. If you aren't making some mistakes, you aren't taking enough chances.
People who take risks are the people you'll lose against.
Implementers aren't considered bozos anymore.
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