It is the information, not the access to connectivity. Curation is the future.


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Prof. Robert Hacker​ talks about how governments have been concentrating on access to information as if that was the new panacea, but they have not realized that it is information itself what has value far beyond just providing access to connectivity. Also... what will the next step of real social impact and entrepreneurship be? On this, he sends a little message to the CEO of Evernote​ EDUCATION MBA Finance Beta Gamma Sigma Columbia University in the City of New York​ BA Philosophy Hamilton College​ PUBLICATIONS - Scaling Social Entrepreneurship: Lessons Learned from One Laptop Per Child​; 2015 -Billion Dollar Company: An entrepreneur’s guide to business models for high growth companies; 2007 OTHER - Adjunct Professor— Florida International University​ 2005-to present; entrepreneurship and social entrepreneurship - Adjunct Instructor— MIT Sloan School of Management​ 2011-to present IAP; social entrepreneurship - Adjunct Instructor--- University of Miami​ 2015-to present; social entrepreneurship - Faculty--- Goldman Sachs​ 10,000 Small Businesses--National Program and Miami, FL 2014-to present - Guest Lecturer – Harvard Business School​, IESE Business School​, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)​, and other universities - Blog: Sophisticated Finance - Book website:

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