I’m watching Charlie Rose. He’s interviewing a CEO in the venture capital/media biz:
Jonathan Nelson is Providence's chief executive officer and is based in our Providence and New York offices. Mr. Nelson is currently a director of Bresnan Communications, Hulu, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Univision Communications and Yankees Entertainment and Sports Network.
Interesting fellow. Then I’m practically stupefied when he says (almost a direct quote) “More people will be using Smartphones than laptops and desktops within five years.”
Someone else divined that same thing recently:
With the exception of the workplace, smartphones (along with iPads and Kindles or something like them) might just make desktops and laptops and the web as we know it obsolete.
Jonathan is as smart as I am. Wait … he’s smarter. He’s a billion-and-almost-a-half-aire.
But he’s got nothin’ on me. We think alike, we’re exactly alike - except for being separated by a few measly bucks. Big deal.
He says what I said about 28 minutes in (click his pic):
His tie is crooked. I’d never allow that to happen on my neck. My clip-on is always neat and straight.
Maybe more separates us than simply quadrillions of pennies.
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