A successful business owner automates, eliminates jobs, and reduces payroll.
A successful, moral business owner creates as many living wage jobs as humanly possible.
In America, a morally bankrupt business owner hires two part-time employees instead of one full-time employee in order to avoid paying for health insurance.
"I will not treat the user's device as if I own it."
Software Developer's Code of Ethics
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Virtual Reality Idea
Everyone is working on visual, audible, and tactile VR, but how about this?
A disk that you put in your mouth that can replicate flavors.
I just saw a news item about the oldest known bottle of whiskey being auctioned in June. The ability to experience classic tastes and foods from other cultures would be an interesting use of VR. And no calories!
If you make money with my idea, feel free to reward me with a generous percentage.
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I finished reading Marcus Aurelius' "Meditations." I struggled a bit through the last half, because honestly, I wasn't seeing any new concepts. It seemed to me like he was re-hashing ideas he had already presented. Don't get me wrong, I think it's well worth reading. I wonder if anyone here can point me to a significant concept that doesn't appear until near the end of the book.
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