BLAKE MASTERS CS183 PDF
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In the spring of , Peter Thiel taught a class called CS Startup, at Stanford. One of the students in Thiel’s class, Blake Masters, posted. The book is based on the notes. It’s also very different. For one thing, it says more (and says it better) in about half the space. The general impact of a more. Notes Essays—Peter Thiel’s CS Startup—Stanford, Spring Here are my.
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My friends Stacey and Jared published a book today called 2 Billion Under It was my pleasure to write this foreword to the book:.
The world has given up expecting new things from kids—why else would we lock them up in schools and prescribe to each one the same homogenous and homogenizing curriculum for years on end? Now more than ever, young people are realizing that the future is theirs to create, not something that will simply happen to them.
These trailblazers have plenty in common—each is self-taught in one way or another, and not one has yet celebrated a 21st birthday. But even more remarkable is just how diverse they are: This book shows what ambitious young people can get done, if only we believe in them. Get a copy here. Not sure what Peter Thiel is doing so right, but he somehow has every single media outlet writing about him now.
The New York Times. A lot has happened since I last posted nearly a year ago. Peter and I finished writing our book. My team at Judicata has made great progress.
What’s the difference between Blake Masters’ notes from CS and his book ‘Zero To One’? – Quora
I am now a father! Miles Edward Masters was born three weeks ago. Here are some shots from his first few days in this world. With overreaders, more than a million page views, and coverage in the New York Times and Forbes to name a fewthe notes have had a good blak.
Peter and I have decided to write a book called Zero to One. For starters, we can make the notes considerably better. Substantively, we are revising, updating, and expanding on the best parts of the class. Everything else will be improved as well. The prose will be stronger and clearer, without losing the atmosphere of openness and experimental thinking that inheres in the notes nasters.
The design and packaging, too, will provide an entirely different readership experience. In short, we can make a book worth owning. More broadly, though, books remain important, whether digital or in print.
Our view is that some degree of mastere attention, not just brief scanning, is essential for real thinking. Stepping blaks from the parade of distractions and seriously engaging with a text affords opportunity to think, plan, and create. As Peter has said, meaningful progress requires that we think about the future for more than characters or 15 minutes at a time.
Follow him on blakd rabois. As a young lawyer, most of my billable hours were devoted to legal research and writing.
I recall slaving away at my computer, endlessly querying LexisNexis and Westlaw and becoming frustrated with the limitations of crude keyword search and arcane Boolean operators. Of course, most of the world of technology has advanced since those dark days.
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But not legal research. Fixing legal research is a major task. To start, it requires a scalable method of extracting meaning from millions mastefs cases, not just adding a more advanced search engine on top of the text. Judicata is developing an intuitive search technology that groks all of the facets of legal precedent.
In a matter of moments, their software helps a lawyer retrieve everything she needs, comprehensively, accurately, and painlessly. According to Crunchbaselegal technology attracts fewer investment dollars than any other sector, and perhaps for good reason; the problem is difficult, and most companies are taking incremental approaches.
Yet there is a lucrative market awaiting the right team with mxsters right approach: Real innovation is possible in legal technology, and it is on the horizon. We at Khosla Ventures are excited to be working mastdrs the Judicata team to prove it. He figured he could make some money by ferrying goods and people around New York Harbor. The demand for effective transport, though—particularly military transport—increased dramatically.
Vanderbilt, of course, was the sort of guy who thought seriously about the future, and the future, he thought, was steam power. So in he sold his fleet, leased a steamship called Bellona from a guy named Thomas Gibbons, and began to operate his ferry business 2. But there was trouble on the water. The New York legislature had seen fit to grant a monopoly on steamboat service to a couple of guys named Fulton and Livingston. Some operators, like Gibbons, respected the edict and stayed out of the water.
Others, like Aaron Ogden, cowed and paid the Fulton-Livingston partnership for an operating license. But Vanderbilt was made of different stuff. He just wanted glake build a great business. What good are rules when they stand in the way of building great businesses? Unsurprisingly, suits were filed. Initially, Vanderbilt paid the litigation no mind; he continued to provide excellent service and ruthlessly undercut his competition on price.
Vanderbilt, as merciless in court as he was in business, had helped his cause by hiring Daniel Webster —think Ted Olson and David Boies rolled into one—to represent Gibbons.
What matters here is that Vanderbilt was venerated:. I think this story is pretty cool in its own right. Does the Vanderbilt steamship ordeal remind you of anything more… familiar? Say, much of Silicon Valley right now? Of course, disruption is risky. Neither, apparently, do the bureaucrats in DC who are coming after Defense Distributedostensibly because they feel weak and techno-libertarianism scored too many points over the mastdrs, or something.
The best path is usually one that avoids head-on confrontation. So what should we do then this happens? Play by all the rules? Or just build something great? To ask the question, hopefully, is to answer it. What if anyone with a smartphone could instantly buy a pass and streamline their commute on a bus with wi-fi, air conditioning, and a comfortable seat?
Holbrook, The Age of the Moguls, 13 Jay-Z, Decoded People can argue about whether that statute is too broad, and whether other laws against, say, cs138, would suffice.
Presumably, the ATF would say that a signaling device that is used to launch grenades is no longer a signaling device. Whether certain kinds of launchers are WMDs thus depends on what sort of ammunition you use or plan to use.
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By this definition, of course, there were tons of WMDs in Iraq. Under federal law, 40mm launchers are always destructive devices, and thus must be registered to be lawfully possessed. I am so lucky. The book brings together 25 contributors from the world of venture capital and entrepreneurship around the topics of how to build a business, how to fundraise, how to hire, and a number of other strategic and tactical topics for entrepreneurs.
More photos here ; photo credit Kyle Dean Reinford. Since I talked a bit about CS and blaks Thiel Fellowship programa few people came up to me afterwards and asked different versions of the same question: Certainly many successful entrepreneurs have name brand college degrees. I thought that was a shockingly high number, as most of us only know the most famous three or four.
In andMark Zuckerberg had a huge advantage in that he was working furiously toward something he sensed was important while his peers were still locked into school. Starting Facebook in would not have worked. If their engineering skills mastfrs adequate, they can build the vision and more or less take over the world.
Facebook was one example.
Another may be Gumroad, a novel e-commerce company run by year-old Sahil Lavingia. If you want to sell an e-book, for example, you create a product listing and get a unique link that you can share throughout the web. Other businesses require a great deal of domain-specific knowledge, which often entails specialized education. For example, my company, Judicatabuilds radically better legal search and analytics software for lawyers.
This requires great engineers, but it also requires great lawyers who deeply understand how the law works. For better or worse—and I actually suspect for worse—one almost invariably needs to go to college and then law school to become a lawyer.
At the very least, being in law school affords one a structured opportunity to learn how to think about the law.
For some ventures, blae a technical or professional education is unquestionably the right move. For fs183, college is absolutely the wrong move. More interesting than the drop out vs. Minimal Theme designed by Artur Kim. It was my pleasure to write this foreword to the book: I love to see tweets like this one: Not sure what Peter Thiel is doing so right, but he somehow has every single media outlet writing about him now — Nick NickatFP.
Why Zero to One?