14 Jan '12, 10pm

Fearing versus Failing: Lucy wouldn't have discovered Narnia if she didn't open that wardrobe (courtesy of WikiN...

Fearing versus Failing: Lucy wouldn't have discovered Narnia if she didn't open that wardrobe (courtesy of WikiN...

Lucy wouldn't have discovered Narnia if she didn't open that wardrobe (courtesy of WikiNarnia ) As humans gripped by our lizard brain (aka the amygdala ), our automatic reflex is to freeze in our tracks when encountering any of the following: 1) A potentially great product or service which does not have any known markets 2) A potentially lucrative client who is widely known to chew poorly prepared account managers for breakfast 3) A potentially profitable project which costs a couple of million bucks (or more) While the rewards of such situations may be high, they also carry with them the potential to hurt us - physically, emotionally, psychologically and perhaps even spiritually - if we fail. And of course, the sheer amount of effort needed to scale these everyday "Everests" can be rather off putting - conducting primary market research, preparing a rock solid sales prese...

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Verizon Versus Google Wallet

spectrum.ieee.org 13 Jan '12, 7pm

So Verizon operates under very specific licensing conditions which say, as a carrier if you operate in this part of the sp...