Betting on Knowledge and Creativity
Something Twain actually did say — and which suggests something even more nefarious — is, “Get your facts first, and then you can distort them as much as you please.” Or as economists are fond of saying, “torture the data until it confesses!”
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George Gilder’s Moonshots
In George Gilder’s Moonshots, George will give readers the names, ticker symbols and instructions on how to buy and sell these stocks. He’ll explain these technologies in plain English, and show how these Paradigm Points are developing…