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Free to Choose

A while back I have written a post about two popular books by Nobel Prize-winning economistMilton Freidman. Books that had, through their undeniable logic, a profound and lasting effect on my socioeconomic and political views:




Now, through the digital powers of social networking the legendary 10-part PBS TV series "Free to Choose" (1980), based on the book of the same name, is available on YouTube. Yes, one would be committing about 10 hours of one's life to watch through all of these; but, in my opinion, this would be time well spent. So, enjoy - "Free to Choose".

Entrepreneurship

4/5/2012: Caught something relevant while reading Larry Page's 2012 Update from the CEO (Google's CEO in case you are wondering) - “a healthy disregard for the impossible”, sounds like an essential quality for an entrepreneur.  


2/23/2012: Just came across the following on Google+ and figured it would make a wonderful addition to the post I published earlier :)
The exploration of the subject started for me, as it often does, from taking in information from various sources over a period of time. Then, things started moving and coalescing in my head until something clicked and voilà - all pieces of the puzzle fitted together and a picture was formed.


No, I am not going to describe that picture. It is my personal interpretation, the symbiosis of my experiences and external stimuli. Thus, others could create their own interpretations, based on their own experiences. I will, however, share a few catalysts with you. Here they are, in no particular order:

An interesting article - "W…