There is only one life. And I got to do it all.

If you aren’t in the moment, you are either looking forward to uncertainty, or back to pain and regret.

I don’t care what people say/do, unless they fall in the category of people I care about.

For the fear of product obsolescence drives businessmen to innovation at the same time that it impels the consumer towards rented, disposable or temporary products.

People who can code in the world of technology companies are a dime a dozen and get no respect. People who can code in biology, medicine, government, sociology, physics, history, and mathematics are respected and can do amazing things to advance those disciplines.

There are no ordinary moments. There is always something going on.

Obsolescence seems to be an imminent problem for management. The relative advantage of experience over knowledge seems to be rapidly decreasing. In future we may have to start planning careers that move downward instead of upward through time. Perhaps a man should reach his peak of responsibility very early in his career and then expect to be moved downward or outward into simpler, more relaxing, kind of jobs.