Einstein: His Life and Universe

I just finished to read this book and there are few aspects I really enjoyed. It was a long book that the master of biographies (Walter Isaacson) wrote based on the newly released personal letters of Albert Einstein. I liked to learn about Einstein personality and his private life as well as his academic achievements. His imaginative and […]

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2015 Year Summary – Code, Books And Running

Overall, it was a very interesting and busy year. A quick overview on some of the fronts that kept me busy. Code On the coding front, it was a year that the ‘progressive web app‘ revolution started. It will be interesting to see what developers will build during 2016. You can see the main projects that […]

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Startups Tips

This week in Google Developers Live Israel I’ve spoke about a topic I’m passion for long time – Startups and entrepreneurship. It’s always thrilling to create a new ‘thing’. It might be a new service, a whole new product or a company that is disrupting a segment in the market. As the founder, it force you, to […]

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On Anti-fragility And The Black Swan

Since I’ve read “The Black Swan: The Impact of the Highly Improbable Fragility”, I found Talab’s ideas to be very interesting and practical. I appreciate the fact that he is not ‘only’ an academic scholar that is living in his ivory tower but rather an option trader that bring a lot of ‘street wise’ into his arguments. […]

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Startups Secret Strength

In this TED talk Malcolm Gladwell share with us a new point of view on the famous story of David and Goliath. This new angle to look at situation(s) remind the state of any startup is facing. It’s extremely hard to built a new service/product and sometimes to create or educate a market. However, again […]

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