The kids are off from school, summer camp starts next week. I’m deeply immersed in Digital City bizdev and we’re starting to get approached by “others.”
The Coming Jobs War (Gallup Press, 2011), by Jim Clifton, CEO of Gallup.
“The primary will of the world is no longer about peace or freedom or even democracy; it is not about having a family, and it is neither about God nor about owning a home or land. The will of the world is first and foremost to have a good job. Everything else comes after that.”
1871 is happening in Chicago. I wonder how many people know of the significance of the date? And how many people know the lyrics of the song?
Gina Bianchini is starting another company and I gotta wonder whether she’ll do a bait and switch on her customers – again. If you recall Ning took $125M, enabled 2M networks and then turned around and informed everyone that they had to PAY. I think that’s why the VCs like Gina so much.
Lots of definitions of what a “digital city” is. I just hope they don’t try to trademark the term.
More on the upcoming SimCity – this is why they said “these are NOT the final graphics” when they were showing off the simulation AI code – a couple of weeks ago. Full 3D with each house and object being its own autonomous simulation. ‘Bout time – is what I say!
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