How can Twitter, a company losing money—with unknowable prospects of ever making any—IPO worth some $24 billion dollars and change?
All depends how you define “value.”
Dear Author: What are the most important words you’ll ever write?
Perhaps the line that grabs the reader by the short and curlies and never lets him go.
Or the last, page-turning paragraph of Chapter 1 (and, for that matter, every other chapter) that leaves the reader begging for more.
Or, it could be the covering letter to New York’s #1 agent that gets you that mouth-watering contract.
And how about the “blurb” that excites book-buyers so much that they take it straight to the checkout counter.
Or . . . as you’ll see, none of the above. . . .Details
“What’s in a name? that which we call a rose
By any other name would smell as sweet”
asks Juliet of her beloved Romeo.
I’m spending less on books, and reading less too.
How about you?Details
Why Ayn Rand Might Vote Libertarian This Year Although Ayn Rand died in 1982, several factors make it easy for us to have a good idea of what she might say today—at least on some political issues. For example, at the Ford Hall Forum in 1976 she made her opinion of Ronald Reagan crystal clear:…Details
Ayn Rand compared libertarians to hippies—and spurned them. But was she right?Details
Do you run your business?
Or does your business run you?Details