Mike Moritz’s Investing Rules

  1. Avoid capital-intensive businesses
  2. Take measured steps
  3. Never underestimate the difficulty of changing consumer behavior
  4. Don’t begin a rollout until you’re sure the recipe is working
  5. Any business Wall Street is prepared to throw hundreds of millions of dollars at is not one we should be in

http://money.cnn.com/magazines/fortune/fortune_archive/2004/05/03/368560/

The economics of Storage, Processing, and Networks over time

The economics of Storage, Processing, and Networks over time

Worth Reading Once a Year

[Still in progress]

Yes, they’re that good

  1. How to Win Friends …
  2. Getting Things Done
  3. 7 Habits…
  4. Power: Why Some People Have It…
  5. Never Eat Alone - The modern “How to win friends…”
  6. Lean Startup…
  7. Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger’s essays on investing
  8. Paul Graham’s essays on startups
  9. Jeff Bezos letter in Amazon’s annual reports
Think about it

Think about it