There are 145 Entrepreneurship Courses at Stanford

Steve Blank

Stanford is an incubator with dorms

Download the full text file with links to the courses here.

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My latest work ‘Lucid Dream’ series

Artworks of Johnson Tsang

"Still in One Piece IV" Lucid Dream Series Porcelain ‘Still in One Piece IV’
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"The Windows" Lucid Dream Series Porcelain Johnson Tsang ‘The Windows’
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"The Comfort" Lucid Dream Series ‘The Comfort’
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"The Backup" Lucid Dream Series ‘The Backup’
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"Shaping Love" Lucid Dream Series ‘Shaping Love’
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"A Touch of Smile" Lucid Dream Series ‘A Touch of Smile’
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"The Breakup" Lucid Dream Series ‘The Breakup’
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"Hang in There" Lucid Dream Series ‘Hang in There’
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"Documented" Lucid Dream Series ‘Documented’
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"Soul Shopping" Lucid Dream Series ‘Soul Shopping’
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"Go Within" Lucid Dream Series ‘Go Within’
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"Soul Talk" Lucid Dream Series ‘Soul Talk’
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"Two in One" Lucid Dream Series ‘Two in One’
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"Symbiosis" Lucid Dream Series ‘Symbiosis’
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"Ethereal Beauty" Lucid Dream Series ‘Ethereal Beauty’
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"Caged" Lucid Dream Series ‘Caged’
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"Quarantine" Lucid Dream Series ‘Quarantine’
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"Master Mind" Lucid Dream Series ‘Master Mind’
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"Re-mind" Lucid Dream Series ‘Re-mind’
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"Against the Wall" Lucid Dream Series ‘Against the Wall’
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"House for One" Lucid Dream Series ‘House for One’
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"House for Two" Lucid Dream Series ‘House for Two’
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Glad to be able to display all 23 pieces all together! Glad to be able to display all 23 pieces all together!

Display in the Hong Kong Sculpture Biennial 2016 @ Fine Art Asia 2016 (2 to 4 Oct 2016, 11 am – 7 pm, 5 Oct 2016, 11 am – 6 pm Hall 5, Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, Wan Chai, Hong Kong) Display in the Hong Kong Sculpture Biennial 2016 @ Fine Art Asia 2016
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On “Geek” Versus “Nerd”

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To many people, “geek” and “nerd” are synonyms, but in fact they are a little different. Consider the phrase “sports geek” — an occasional substitute for “jock” and perhaps the arch-rival of a “nerd” in high-school folklore. If “geek” and “nerd” are synonyms, then “sports geek” might be an oxymoron. (Furthermore, “sports nerd” either doesn’t compute or means something else.)

In my mind, “geek” and “nerd” are related, but capture different dimensions of an intense dedication to a subject:

  • geek – An enthusiast of a particular topic or field. Geeks are “collection” oriented, gathering facts and mementos related to their subject of interest. They are obsessed with the newest, coolest, trendiest things that their subject has to offer.
  • nerdA studious intellectual, although again of a particular topic or field. Nerds are “achievement” oriented, and focus their efforts on acquiring knowledge and skill over trivia and memorabilia.

Or, to…

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Comparing Clouds: “Day 2” Management Operations

Richard Seroter's Architecture Musings

So far in this blog series, I’ve taken a look at how to provision and scale servers using five leading cloud providers. Now, I want to dig into support for “Day 2 operations” like troubleshooting, reactive or proactive maintenance, billing, backup/restore, auditing, and more. In this blog post, we’ll look at how to manage (long-lived) running instances at each provider and see what capabilities exist to help teams manage at scale. For each provider, I’ll assess instance management, fleet management, and account management.

There might be a few reasons you don’t care a lot about the native operational support capabilities in your cloud of choice. For instance:

  • You rely on configuration management solutions for steady-state. Fair enough. If your organization relies on great tools like Ansible, Chef or CFEngine, then you already have a consistent way to manage a fleet of servers and avoid configuration drift.
  • You use “immutable servers.”

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