The Internet doesn’t change everything. It doesn’t change supply and demand.
I did not want to become a poster child for yet another disease.
A career in journalism suddenly lost its appeal.
I was glad I liked chemistry.
If the world operates as one big market, every employee will compete with every person anywhere in the world who is capable of doing the same job. There are lots of them and many of them are hungry.
There are so many people working so hard and achieving so little.
So give me a turbulent world as opposed to a quiet world and I’ll take the turbulent one.
Pickups, S.U.V.’s, vans and the like represent about 80 million vehicles, with mileage of perhaps 13 to 16 miles per gallon. Converting those should be our first priority.
I wasn’t cut out to be an opera singer, but it was a nice fantasy for a teenager growing up in Hungary during the Stalinist era.
I was running an assembly line designed to build memory chips. I saw the microprocessor as a bloody nuisance.
Growth is kinda built into everyone’s genes. It’s built into management’s genes, the salesman’s genes, the investors’ desires. People expect companies to grow.
Privacy is one of the biggest problems in this new electronic age.
Congress will pass a law restricting public comment on the Internet to individuals who have spent a minimum of one hour actually accomplishing a specific task while on line.
Just as we could have rode into the sunset, along came the Internet, and it tripled the significance of the PC.
I have been quoted saying that, in the future, all companies will be Internet companies. I still believe that. More than ever, really.