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Here’s the math: Facebook IPO: $100 billion valuation Mark Zuckerberg’s ownership: 24%  Value: 24 billion USD Cost of the Mercury Project (to put a man into orbit around the earth) Total: $392.6 million (1969 dollars)  Present day cost of Mercury Project: $2.457 billion USD  By selling 10% of his personal shares, he […]
You are going to die. Few try to change the world during their brief tenure, fewer still try to change it for the better. Few step into the arena and spend themselves for a worthy cause. From the moment you come kicking and screaming into this world, you’re dying. By the time you’re “educated” with […]
The idea is to make selling and affiliate digital goods online super easy. http://babolog.com/ More soon, but now, sleep.
Here’s a small presentation I put together about the Semantic Web–and applications of it to Electronic Commerce. It was made using LaTeX + Beamer Semantic Web (an Electronic Commerce Perspective) [.pdf] Presentation .tex file (LaTeX + Beamer) [.tex]
Heres some work I threw together last night in preparation for doing an ICP in Computational Economics, I threw together a quick python script for having strategy bots wage repeated battle over programmable games. It sounds a lot more interesting than it really is. Example Game: def prisoners(): “”” Prisoners Dilemma with delta = 0.95 […]