Sunday, November 20, 2011

Lunch Talk preview for the week of 11/20 - 11/26

Sunday (today): Peter Hirshberg on TV and the web - It's a 2007 talk and it's interesting how people saw the relationship between the two types of media four years ago.

Monday: Professor Richard Rumelt talks about the difference between good and bad strategy. (lecture at the London School of Economics.)

Tuesday: The story behind TED. A talk at Stanford about the beginnings of TED.

Wednesday: Nobel laureate Daniel Kahneman talks about behavioral economics and his new book Thinking, Fast and Slow.

Thursday: Understanding Venture Capital, a lecture for entrepreneurs at Stanford. Speaker - Dana Mead, a partner at Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers.

Friday: Improvisation in Public places. A TED talk about a new kind of improvisation theater.

Saturday: Larry Page and Eric Schmidt talk about Google. The year is 2002 when Google was not making much money at all.

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