The Old Man and the Tsunami: A Security Story


There’s a folk-story that all Japanese schoolchildren learn about an old man who lives in a village by the sea. One day, an earthquake hits. He’s the only person in the village to realize that a tsunami will soon follow. He hurries to the nearby mountainside where the rice for the village is grown and sets the entire harvest aflame. All of the villagers race to the mountainside to deal with the conflagration — their rice is their most precious resource. That’s where they are — angry, but safely on higher ground — when the tsunami destroys the village.

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6 traits successful entrepreneurs share

As a writer at The Idea Village in New Orleans, I’ve interviewed dozens of entrepreneurs, ranging from new founders of fledgling companies to seasoned leaders who have launched several successful businesses.

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Superfast Internet makes a Kansas City neighborhood a hot spot for startups

Innovators attracted by a high-speed connection are flocking to a startup village in Kansas City, turning this Midwestern city into a tech hub.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2014/06/23/superfast-internet-makes-kansas-city-neighborhood-hot-spot-for-startups/

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