Jim Clark (Netscape, Silicon Graphics, WebMD)

0:01 He grew up poor, dropped out of high school, and made himself 3 or 4 billion dollars

8:00 New Growth Theory

11:15 Growth is just another word for change

15:00 The notion of what constituted useful work had broadened

18:00 If everyone was patient there'd be no new companies

21:00 Turning his life around at 38

30:00 Jim's idea to avoid the Innovator's Dilemma

33:00 The beginning of Netscape

38:00 The fast eat the slow

40:00 The people you don't want

43:00 The difference between a pig and a chicken ("They had wanted to be chickens; Clark forced them to be pigs")  

48:00 All chips on 00 / Diversification is for idiots

56:00 Moving the goalposts / "Mama, I'm going to show Plainview." 

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