The show is a vibrant look at the early PC industry, but it's also about entrepreneurship and innovation.
Those who wring their hands at the prospect of the driverless car fail to see that its greatest potential lies not in reducing pollution and road deaths, nor in lowering fuel costs and insurance rates, but rather in its ability to liberate billions of hours of human potential.
The worship of nature (as a cloak for hatred of capitalism) once again becomes a part of the religion.
The greenest thing we can do is innovate. The most sustainable thing we can do is change.
It's true that people aren't as perfectly rational as models assume — but that doesn't inherently justify state intervention.
Senator Sanders' silly comment shows some dangerous delusions.
What if a new idea hurts an existing business? What if people lose their jobs?
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