January 14, 1970 |
Houston, Texas, U.S.
|Occupation||Attorney, venture capitalist|
|Children||Krishna Thea Lakshmi-Dell (daughter)|
|Relatives||Michael Dell (brother), Steven Dell (brother)|
The massive migration from dumb phones to smart phones is a great opportunity for young companies to take advantage of.
By virtue of our private property society, we have disconnected individuals from the land. We have put them in high rises and asked them to live their lives in urban settings, disconnected from the land.
If the amount of hours spent on FarmVille were spent on actual farming, imagine what we could achieve.
One of the things I would love for people to think about is social responsibility. If you are fortunate enough to be someone who owns land, I think you ought to be making the most efficient use of that land possible.
The pace of innovation may slow down or speed up depending on the appetite in the public markets, but the constant progress of technology doesn't really ever stop. There's always opportunities for new ideas and creative people to go build great things. I'm always interested in learning about those kinds of opportunities.