• 00:00    |    
    Initial credits
  • 00:06    |    
    Introduction by David Dalrymple
    • Difference of lifestyles and ideas between East and West Coast
    • Empowering environment and culture of California
    • Community of like minded individuals
  • 04:27    |    
    Juan Batiz-Benet
    • Discovering a new community
    • Atmosphere and values intrinsic for Silicon Valley
    • The ease of failure: "Failing is not a problem in Silicon Valley"
    • Present performance
  • 11:10    |    
    David Dalrymple in updating beliefs based on observations
  • 11:20    |    
    Juan Batiz-Benet
    • Curiosity
    • Talent, investing and entrepreneurial ecosystem
  • 14:29    |    
    Katriona Guthrie-Honea
    • The three most important points of Silicon Valley
    • How to change and grow the idea
    • Payback situation in the ecosystem
    • The spirit of adventure
  • 18:28    |    
    Riley Drake
    • Seeking out criticism
    • Networking the right way
    • The App Culture in Silicon Valley
    • The observing mindset
  • 22:30    |    
    Daniel Himmelstein
    • Intellectual engaging peers
    • The inspirational culture
  • 25:08    |    
    Katriona Guthrie-Honea
  • A question and answer session
  • 25:31    |    
    Segment of questions, answers and commentaries
    • Where do you find balance between feedback and the values of the project?
    • Katriona Guthrie-Honea on the value of advice
    • David Dalrymple on the attitude of being wrong
    • Riley Drake on good writing and feedback
    • Daniel Himmelstein on the importance of writing
    • David Dalrymple on the fundamental similitude between writing and entrepreneurship
    • Katriona Guthrie-Honea on start-ups and business
    • Why choose the Silicon Valley lifestyle? Why get out of the system? How do you persevere?
    • David Dalrymple on choosing a lifestyle
    • Juan Batiz-Benet on the understanding of reality as a drive-force for progress
    • What would you say to someone who cannot go to Silicon Valley?
    • The different paths to Silicon Valley
    • Riley Drake on finding your own path in life
    • Katriona Guthrie-Honea on life as an experiment
    • Juan Batiz-Benet on stealing ideas and fulfilment
    • Riley Drake on lawsuits and mastery
    • Daniel Himmelstein on finding your passion
    • Opinion of Ludwig von Mises on determining value
    • Katriona Guthrie-Honea on valid reasons for not going to Silicon Valley
    • Juan Batiz-Benet on creating start-ups with your loved ones
    • What is the most valuable information you have received from Peter Thiel?
    • David Dalrymple on the importance of culture
    • What are the risks on sharing your ideas?
    • Juan Batiz-Benet on the uniqueness of ideas and success
    • Daniel Himmelstein on advancing medical knowledge
    • Riley Drake on present projects and sharing ideas
    • Katriona Guthrie-Honea on risk versus rewards
    • David Dalrymple on the risks of sharing ideas
    • What happens if the person who you share the idea has a comparative advantage?
    • Could you share your personal story that sparked your creativity or passion?
    • How do you choose to work in a single project?
    • David Dalrymple on his fascination for technology, the focus on tools and the interaction of multiple disciplines
    • Juan Batiz-Benet on his fascination with video games, programming and game creation
    • Katriona Guthrie-Honea on genetics, neuroscience and your calling in the world
    • Juan Batiz-Benet on beachhead and milestones
    • Katriona Guthrie-Honea on being an entrepreneur
    • Riley Drake on lab instruments, systems and the response to failure
    • Daniel Himmelstein on the opportunity of computer programming
    • Can you give us examples of products or projects you are actually working?
    • Daniel Himmelstein on the new uses of existing drugs
    • Riley Drake on publication of scientific papers and the automation of biology
    • Katriona Guthrie-Honea on opening a bio-hacker space, teaching about genetically modified organisms and a diagnostic tool
    • Juan Batiz-Benet on starting a games company and the building of a learning tool
    • David Dalrymple on the Laboratorium, Nemoload and Mesh
  • 02:02:32    |    
    Final credits

Life in Silicon Valley

02 de octubre de 2013 | Vistas: 61 |


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