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MIT was founded by William Barton Rogers in 1861 and marks its 150th anniversary this month. The university is relatively small by U.S. standards with about 10,000 students and 1,000 faculty. At MIT everyone is eccentric!, its brainwaves keep the U.S. a superpower. MIT alumni have founded 25,800 companies, employ a quarter of workforce in silicon valley, with global revenue of US$1.9 tn/year. If it were a country, its GDP would be 11th in size. Now celebrating 150 years of maverick genius, question is, what makes the university such a fertile ground for brilliant ideas? >>>

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This blog’s archive is getting bigger and deeper everyday. It is time that I link to some of my favourtites ….

I always admired Andy Grove through my Intel days some of the learnings from his eventful life, What I have learned >>>

For anyone starting a company, building a team, instilling a culture, in a 3 part series, Pearls of Wisdom,   One >>>,   Two >>>,  and   Three >>>

Got to Find what you love >>>

The Middle Path >>>>

Culture of Companies, Tribes, Countries >>>>>

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