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Eric Ries
Trying to change how startups are built.
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Eric Ries 4 h
"The underlying lever for everything is education, and not enough people are thinking on large time horizons. Most people, they're not even thinking in their lifetime. They're thinking next quarter, bonus cycle." -
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Eric Ries 6 h
En respuesta a @ericries
You aren't going to like his answer:
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Eric Ries 6 h
may know more about government pandemic response than anyone else in the US. So I asked him "could we have done better this time around?" 1/2
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Eric Ries 8 ago.
En respuesta a @hannu
"I've been finding more and more that being an entrepreneur and being a writer are two sides of the same coin. You are either trying to actively change the world or to, on the writing side, show other people how the world could be different."-
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Eric Ries 8 ago.
En respuesta a @justinkan @Austen
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Eric Ries 8 ago.
En respuesta a @rycaut @hannu
Whoops! Will fix thanks for letting me know
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Eric Ries retwitteó
Acquired Podcast 7 ago.
Exciting times for and as reported by this morning. If you want a deep dive on how their new type of stock exchange works, we had Eric on to talk about it in December.
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Eric Ries 8 ago.
"There are 2 core aspects to the Vaccine Manhattan Project. 1st of all follow the Manhattan approach and solve every technical problem with the vaccine in multiple ways in parallel. The 2nd part is how do we do this safely while doing it fast?"-
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Eric Ries 7 ago.
"We realized that the cancer vaccine work we had been doing was potentially very amenable to being adapted into a multi-antigen SARS-CoV-2 vaccine. There's a sense of empowerment that labs and companies around the world are flexing these muscles."-
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Eric Ries retwitteó
👨🏻‍💻☕️ 7 ago.
“It’s not your run-of-the-mill Silicon Valley board, as it includes eight women (including three women of color).” So many reasons to root for Go go and team
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Eric Ries 7 ago.
"It allows us to keep a tighter quarantine and just go between home and work, which is better for everyone. It started off as a morale boost, then as it's unfolded, it's become so much more. It's a core support measure for clinicians like myself."-
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Eric Ries 6 ago.
"We want to give away value versus trying to accrue or build value, which is what we're reflexively used to doing. To see how folks have responded across the country to that ethos and the mission tied to it has been remarkable."-
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Eric Ries 6 ago.
"When we put together this formula to be able to help restaurants by feeding local clinicians in time of crisis, I think we recognized that we could be on to something that can help a lot of communities nationwide." -
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Eric Ries 6 ago.
"For people that said it doesn't seem like this is my job, what ultimately has been decisive is, even if all I do is accelerate the right thing happening by a few days that could mean 1000s of lives. We're all obligated to do what we can."
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Eric Ries 6 ago.
"I've been getting so much help from people who have diametrically opposed political views to mine. And we just don't talk about that. We just help each other out because we're all clearly just trying to save lives and save the economy."-
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Eric Ries 5 ago.
"I wrote an op-ed and apparently over a million people read it in the Washington Post. The title was, "Simple DIY masks could help flatten the curve. We should all wear them in public." That's still the message."-
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Eric Ries 5 ago.
"Covid Act Now is a tool that was trying to send one very specific message, and that is that immediate action is required in the face of exponential growth in order to prevent catastrophic outcomes." --
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Eric Ries 5 ago.
"The work is extremely galvanizing. And it's rare that there is an opportunity, there is something that is so pressing and emergent and relevant that is also so hard, so operationally hard, so difficult from a data perspective."-
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Eric Ries 4 ago.
"Waiting for a federal solution that's going to work for everyone is a fool's errand. It's finding local community solutions and making those really effective."-
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Elise Hu 3 ago.
Since is on vaca this week, is showcasing pods from the TED podcast family. Today, tune in for helming the latest season of w/an ep featuring
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