If you’re unhappy, you should change what you’re doing.
Almost every dot-com idea from 1999 that failed will succeed.
You are cruising along, and then technology changes. You have to adapt.
I’ve been an entrepreneur three times. I started three companies.
It’s much harder these days as a start-up to do physical devices.
Great CEOs are not just born with shiny hair and a tie.
There is a constant need for new systems and new software.
The Internet has always been, and always will be, a magic box.
You know, magic markets don’t appear all the time, so you take advantage of them.
If I want to get work done, that’s usually about 3 in the morning.
Working for a big company is, I believe, much risker than it looks.
Any new technology tends to go through a 25-year adoption cycle.