"God only knows what it’s doing to our children’s brains," said Sean Parker, the company's founding president.
He shall not officiate!
He's not getting turnt for Tolkien.
I ask the Michael Bloombergs of the world, the Sean Parkers, and Vice President Biden: how we can include prevention into the notion of a moonshot cure for cancer? I think that a program that starts here on earth, as opposed to the moon, will be the best solution for ending cancer once and for all.
The Institute aims to ensure members can easily share research discoveries and tools.
Having turned 30 last year, I don't feel much different than a couple of years ago, nor do I feel any adverse effects of aging as yet. Still, what one can witness on social media is that a) 30 is a milestone that 40 once was and b) it is an occasion to take the time out and reevaluate your life as well as recognize your achievements.
Don't believe the scares that marijuana legalization is somehow worse than continuing prohibition; it's been proven wrong in four-out-of-four states so far.
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Original article published at Techonomy.com - Sean Parker struck everyone as way more thoughtful than how he was portrayed
Tech policy development may help strange bedfellows get better acquainted.
“It’s easy to find problems -- we see them everywhere we look -- but it is something else entirely to find ‘hackable’ problems
"I’m trying to preserve an entrepreneurial approach, which is to only give when I feel that there’s a solution that’s fully
Tech entrepreneur Sean Parker is best known for cofounding Napster, serving as an early president of Facebook, and being