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The Boys Who Challenged Hitler: Knud Petersen and the Churchill Club

 An often over-looked story about World War II is how a group of teenage boys sabotaged the Nazi invaders of their country.  They stood up to Hitler and his henchmen by doing things like flattening tires on army vehicles and even making bombs to destroy parts of the Nazi military installation.  95 more words

Young Adult

Effectuation – The best theory of entrepreneurship you actually follow, whether you’ve heard of it or not

University of Virginia Darden professor Saras Sarasvathy’s groundbreaking 2001 paper “What Makes Entrepreneurs Entrepreneurial” finally gained some widespread recognition when Vinod Khosla posted a copy on his website with some personal notes, one of which read: “First good paper I’ve seen”. 1,154 more words

Lean Startups

Taos consultants attend Churchill Club Hadoop event: What role will Hadoop play?

Earlier this week on June 12,  three Senior Technical Taos Consultants (Dan Roncadin, Kristen Stewart, and myself) attended a panel debate in Palo Alto run by the… 500 more words

Technical Consultant Post

Churchill Club - Top 10 Tech Trends - Zero Marginal Cost Education

The Churchill Club, a Silicon Valley group dedicated to Igniting Conversations to Encourage Innovation and Economic Growth, recently held the annual “Top 10 Tech Trends” event. 475 more words

Technical Consultant Post

Addressing the 7 Billion People Challenge

I don’t usually blog much about my employer SAP on my personal blog, but in this case, I am going to make an exception. SAP will be hosting an Innovation Day on October 24th, which is… 434 more words

B2B Social Media Marketing

Tech Report: How Much Information Is Too Much?

SAN FRANCISCO (KCBS) – How much information is too much information? KCBS Technology Analyst Larry Magid said that was the topic at a recent Churchill Club event titled “Information Overload 2.0.” 202 more words

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Churchill Club's 2011 Top 10 Tech Trends

Even though I’m not normally a fan of prognostication, last week I attended the Churchill Club’s 13th annual Top 10 Tech Trends event due to its unusual format. 666 more words