Startup = Growth " - Paul Graham (stuff we don’t want) to describe initiatives like Jason Sadler’s 1 Million T-Shirts project. A company that grows at 1% a week will grow 1.7x a year, whereas a company that grows at 5% a week will grow 12.6x. A company making 00 a month a typical number.
Shooting An Elephant by George Orwell - online. Sadler had admittedly never been to Africa, and had never worked in an aid or development environment before. Shooting An Elephant. An essay by George Orwell, first published in the literary magazine New Writing in 1936. In Moulmein, in Lower Burma, I was hated by large.
Small Change - The New Yorker But he cared a great deal, and came up with the idea to send a million free shirts to Africa in order to help the people there. Some of this grandiosity is to be expected. Innovators tend to be solipsists. They often want to cram every stray fact and experience into their new model.
The Law of Accelerating Returns KurzweilAI Like some sort of lightning rod for the combined venom of the humanitarian aid world, Jason found himself pilloried across the web in a matter of weeks. You will get trillion just by reading this essay and understanding what it says. For complete details, see below. It’s true that authors will do just about.
Disability Services at The Ohio State University Everyone from armchair bloggers to senior economists spat fire on his dream until it eventually ground to a halt. The Ohio State University © 2016 The Ohio State University – Disability Services 098 Baker Hall, 113 W. 12th Ave. Columbus, OH 43210 Phone 614-292-3307 Fax 614.