Friday, January 20, 2006

Innovation goes personal

Here is an interesting interview about the fact that people (we) are increasingly autonomous and able to innovate without being part of a superstructure.

IMO this is precisely what the extraordinary innovation wave of the late nineties in the Valley was all about: R&D on an unprecedented scale. I am just impatient for the time when people will be able to "print" their integrated circuits or microstructures without using the services of fabs at least for prototypes. We are about to live exciting times (again) and I feel privileged to be working with a couple of innovative start-ups in Europe helping them develop their business.

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