Weekend Good Reads

  • “Big cities are dominating the recovery, leaving the rest of America behind.” by Jim Tankersley: “Scale and density concentrate economic inputs like skilled people and R&D, intensify interactions, allow for labor market pooling and matching, allow for access to shared infrastructure… This a fact of economic life. Place, scale and density matter.” (via)
  • “When entrepreneurs say they hate working for big companies, it’s not because they can’t deal with the obstacles. It’s because they perceive the best case scenario as being a waste of time. They see a better opportunity outside the system.” by Trevor Owens. (via)
  • Werner Herzog’s no-bullshit advice to creative entrepreneurs, by Maria Popova from Brainpickings. (via)
  • Musings on VC internships in France by Mark Bivens. (via)

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