Vive le tour! é um documentário sobre o Tour de France de 1962 feito por Louis Malle.
“Neo-Liberalism and its Prospects” by Milton Friedman Farmand, 17 February 1951, pp. 89-93 © Farmand/Human Events
The common belief that it is impossible (or, if not impossible, then so unpromising as to be not worth while attempting) to elicit explanatory general principles from what is recognized to be conservative conduct is not one that I share. It may be true that conservative conduct does not readily provoke articulation in the idiom […]
Não, você não pode fechar os olhos para a realidade atual do Brasil.
Escrito em outubro de 2006 por Paul Graham, esse Startup Mistakes by Paul Graham é um clássico que precisa ser lido e relido por quem vai empreender. In the Q & A period after a recent talk, someone asked what made startups fail. After standing there gaping for a few seconds I realized this was […]
The long tail is famously good news for two classes of people; a few lucky aggregators, such as Amazon and Netflix, and 6 billion consumers. Of those two, I think consumers earn the greater reward from the wealth hidden in infinite niches. But the long tail is a decidedly mixed blessing for creators. Individual artists, […]
Influential article about Tim O’Reilly written in 2012.
Um dos artigos mais influentes dos últimos tempos para tecnologia e startups.
The Peripheral by William Gibson Putnam, 485 pp., $28.95 William Gibson has spent his career in the shadow of his first novel, Neuromancer, which was published in 1984 and greeted as at once a punk revolt against traditional science fiction and a crystallization of the anxieties of the age. The book depicted a future in […]
In September 2013, about a year before Nicholas Carr published The Glass Cage: Automation and Us, his chastening meditation on the human future, a pair of Oxford researchers issued a report predicting that nearly half of all jobs in the United States could be lost to machines within the next twenty years.