Archive for October, 2008

A touching story

The election is next week, and it’s clear from my previous posts that I’m an Obama supporter, and have been since he announced his candidacy in January 2007. (I’ve gotten a very good return on my investment in him at Betfair!) For people that are interested in Obama, his grassroots/volunteer movement, or politics in general, […]

UPDATE: Keynote to YouTube and keeping cool transitions

i made a step by step series of screenshots here of these notes here:… and… Originally posted as a comment by joshuascottpaul on Jed Christiansen’s Blog using Disqus. A little over a year ago I had been having some problems uploading Keynote presentations (slides and audio) to YouTube and keeping some of the […]

A few random notes

So there are a few things I’ve been meaning to post for a while, but haven’t gotten around to. I’m going to un-clog my mind and post a round-up of stuff here. Stephen Hawking will be retiring from the Lucasian Chair of Mathematics at the University of Cambridge. Apparently it’s traditional for the person in […]

Tim O’Reilly speaks at Judge Business School

Today we had the great pleasure of hearing Tim O’Reilly of O’Reilly Media speak at Judge Business School. He was a speaker I was really looking forward to hearing, and he didn’t disappoint. (He’s on the left in the photo above.) Tim has a very engaging speaking style, and his presentation was 100 slides of […]

And the journey begins

Today was a big day, for a number of reasons. First Pitch I’ve been working on a business idea for a few months now, and I pitched it for the first time tonight, at a meeting of the Entrepreneurship Interest Group at Judge Business School. It was really good to pitch it first to friends […]

Cambridge MBA – Impressions and first speakers

It’s tough to believe that a week and a half of the MBA program has already gone by. It feels like it just started, but it also feels like I’ve known my classmates for ages. For people interested in applying to the Cambridge MBA, please understand that as a one-year MBA (versus a two-year MBA) […]