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Thursday, May 17, 2007

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Emil Sotirov

You are right Mike... The age differential between young tech founders and the "greybeards" covers what I would define as a distance between vision and execution. Covering this distance happens in various ways - very much depending on the complexity (and may be historical maturity) of the specific social, economic, and organizational machinery involved. By the time successful tech entrepreneurs start to retire (early 30s), young doctors are just fresh out of school spending endless hours as residents. Architects start building significant stuff typically over 50 and way up into their 90s.

howard lindzon

good stuff

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