Life and Letters: The Unfinished: Reporting & Essays: The New Yorker
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Amazing bio piece on David Foster Wallace; actually chokes me up while reading; totally essential - must blog about this
David Foster Wallacehttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henry_VIII_of_England
A lot of detailed in a way that i am used to using due to age>
I like the layout of the website
good pictures and very informative like the outline
Just did not appeal to me.
More in-depth/comprehensive for when searching for particular aspect/info.
I liked the charts they provided, but found the site dull over all.
More color and information
good info but leary of credibility
Info from here is good but can be corrupt
A great deal of information. Good pictures.
Anyone can put information on Wikipedia.
Informative and a good variety of information.How to write a killer bio - Manage Your Life on Shine
With the bio in full bloom right now, it pays to take some time to write yours in a way that that reflects how you want to be perceived. Perhaps you want to show a sense of humor or wit. Maybe you want to show your technical prowess by delivering your bio in a video format. And while you're at it, why not let your bio accomplish some personal branding for you.Steve Jobs: The man who polished Apple - Times Online
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For five years the owner of the Jackling House in Woodside, California, has been trying to knock it down. He hates the place, calling it “one of the biggest abominations of a house I’ve ever seen”. He hates it so much, he has abandoned it to live a few miles away in Palo Alto. Pictures of the interior show a ghostly, decaying mansion. The owner can’t knock it down because of protests from conservationists. But a deal has been done. He will spend $600,000 to have it taken down and will have it rebuilt elsewhere — not a big victory by his standards, but a satisfying one. He has been having a hard time lately.
My own view is that a Jobsless Apple will seek a merger with Google. The two companies are rapidly converging... There is Apple’s iPhone and there is Google’s Android, not a phone in itself, but an operating system that can be used by other companies. Google also produce a web browser called Chrome, which competes with Apple’s Safari. And, most importantly, Google is working on a computer operating system, also called Chrome, which may well be a very serious competitor for Mac OS X... The point is that both companies are aiming to seize dominance of the world market from Microsoft... The loss of Jobs’s genius for products would mean Google’s innovation and Apple’s design and market sense would be a very good fit, although antitrust regulators might disagree.
"Apple Inc is worth around $140 billion. But is it worth anything without Jobs? It is a company formed around his personality and inspiration. It is also the most watched, envied, admired and adored company in the world."The Master of Money
"There has never really been a bad time in the last fifty years to be Warren Buffett, but just now would seem to be less favorable than most. If Buffett still measures his life by the book value per share of Berkshire Hathaway, then for the first time in forty years he must feel like a wasting asset. His share price is still off more than 40 percent from its highs, underperforming even the S&P 500. He railed against derivatives as weapons of mass destruction, and now turns out to have been sitting on a $68 billion pile of credit default swaps and exotic put options on various stock market indexes. And having vowed never again to become entangled in a big Wall Street investment bank, he has gone and sunk $10 billion into Goldman Sachs, a virtual re-enactment of his investment in Salomon Brothers--cash for reputation. The difference this time is that he has gotten himself a sweeter deal than not merely ordinary shareholders, but also the U.S. Treasury."
review by michael lewis of Snowball. a biography of Warren Buffet
Article on Warren Buffet.15 reasons Mr. Rogers was best neighbor ever - CNN.com
Here are 15 things everyone should know about Fred Rogers:How Lady Gaga Became the World's Biggest Pop Star -- New York Magazine
that title above pretty much says it all ;)
RT @mikeymo1741: Lady Gaga is no lady, methinks.... #idol <<< fascinating NYM article on her - http://ow.ly/1Hz0i
i would read this, except i'd have to IP each page or put up with ridiculous characters that pop up in the clickability link. booooArt historians claim Van Gogh's ear 'cut off by Gauguin' | Art and design | The Guardian
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