I note with amazement the widening gap between those who ‘know what time it is’ and those who most certainly do not. (I refer of course here to Flavor Flav. If you don’t know what I’m on about, then you don’t know what time it was, never mind is.) On the one hand you have teenagers getting $60m+ in VC… Read more →
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