"China estimate of the day (speculative)" http://t.co/Rovzywuj7s April 23rd, 10:58 pm
"Draining reservoir after urination incident shows tenuous grasp of science | Ars Technica" http://t.co/KKrSxhAF1U April 23rd, 9:15 pm
"Tom Sargent Summarizes Economics" http://t.co/zjGczAVTmL April 23rd, 6:35 pm
"They're your words, choose them" http://t.co/MUxWm2LlFD // can a sign say the same thing nicely? April 23rd, 5:08 pm
"The Government is Silencing Twitter and Yahoo, and It Won't Tell Us Why | American Civil Liberties Union" http://t.co/QQBJBwqnyd April 22nd, 10:58 pm
"The PhD Deluge" http://t.co/ztsjNV1n7P April 22nd, 9:15 pm
"Netherlands Glow-In-The-Dark Road - Business Insider" http://t.co/BsXcBjXvMS April 22nd, 6:35 pm
"The Forgotten Giant Arrows that Guide you Across America | Messy Nessy Chic" http://t.co/5cvCBdm5ko April 22nd, 5:08 pm
"I am not opposed to all development, though I think the time for that...may be sooner rather than later..." Public comment at City Council April 22nd, 2:23 am
I love flash mobs that play concert music... http://t.co/ZGYQnbqk5Q April 22nd, 12:54 am
"IRS Can Now Seize Your Tax Refund To Pay a Relative's Debt" http://t.co/TLHdu8oqh6 April 21st, 10:58 pm
"College prof suspended for posting pic of kid in 'Game of Thrones' shirt - CNET" http://t.co/KEm2OzkDav April 21st, 9:15 pm
"Where nobody lives" http://t.co/Sj2FcMS7In // map of unoccupied parts of America April 21st, 6:35 pm
"Microsoft's Windows Phone App Review Policy Puts Spotlight on Apple" http://t.co/kNqlTBuVaK April 21st, 5:08 pm
"Secret Military Test, Coming Soon to Your Spanish Class - Nautilus" http://t.co/zJXH1PSn2U // testing ability to master a language April 18th, 9:15 pm
"Russian Spy Planes in U.S. Skies - Yahoo News" http://t.co/vUEjywVKyg April 18th, 6:35 pm
"The Citicorp tower design flaw that could have wiped out the skyscraper: 99% Invisible by Roman Mars." http://t.co/do8DgbxRn3 April 18th, 5:08 pm
"Bugatti Noun glass toaster looks like the real thing - CNET" http://t.co/jjKL9t4rei April 17th, 9:15 pm
"See How Cadbury Hatches 350 Million Goo-Filled Eggs a Year | Gadget Lab | WIRED" http://t.co/nEZuI4EINb April 17th, 6:35 pm
"session length for wearables will shrink. We won't have time for apps," http://t.co/XdPrGKzRyp April 17th, 5:08 pm
"PHOTOS: This Groundbreaking 3D Printer Built 10 Homes in 24 Hours » RYOT News" http://t.co/JUVMsKfZRp April 16th, 10:58 pm
"11 Year Old Invents Pencil Ruler" http://t.co/9usx8yKpe6 April 16th, 9:15 pm
"Compare: How London Looks on Google vs. Paintings From the 1700s | Design | WIRED" http://t.co/Nanf1zdBc9 April 16th, 6:35 pm
"Glow-in-the-dark roads make debut in Netherlands (Wired UK)" http://t.co/VccZ4zg24k April 16th, 5:08 pm
"36 maps that will make you see the world in completely new ways" http://t.co/HFYURtxiLA April 15th, 10:58 pm
"Dropping Dropbox to Crush the Minority - Harvard Political Rev." http://t.co/1YiAGROEpo // boycott companies based on employee views? April 15th, 9:15 pm
"Washington’s signature-writing machines rumble into the digital age" http://t.co/i1g2q7qpVz // nothing like a real signature! April 15th, 6:35 pm
"'Let Me Google That For You' may be the best Senate bill ever" http://t.co/EzlIXQup2G April 15th, 5:08 pm
In 1992 Bob co-founded Logos Research Systems, Inc. and serves as President/CEO. Bob speaks regularly at industry conferences and to academic groups on entrepreneurship, electronic publishing and digital libraries. He is a 2005 winner of the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year award, and was included in the Puget Sound Business Journal's 40 Under 40. Bob lives with his wife Audra and two teenage children (Jacob & Kathleen) in Bellingham, Washington.
Bob's first book, Fire Someone Today, And Other Surprising Tactics for Making Your Business a Success, was released in April, 2006. It maintains a five-star rating at Amazon.com, and has been translated into Russian and Korean.
A 2005 winner of the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year award.
It is a good thing I won this a few years ago; I no longer qualify.
My first book has a five star rating at Amazon.com, and was translated into Russian and Korean. I've spoken many times on the business lessons in this book -- all learned at the cost of much time and trouble!
Bob skipped his senior year of high school to attend Drexel University, then turned an internship into a full-time job at Microsoft at age 19. Bob did, however, graduate from eighth grade.
"The Best Presentation at TOC: My favorite presentation of the conference was from Bob Pritchett of Logos Bible Software, in a session titled, Network Effects Support Premium Pricing. I remember attending his presentation four years ago at the first TOC in San Jose, so I knew I didn't want to miss his presentation this time. They're doing amazing stuff at Logos." -- http://www.huffingtonpost.com/mark-coker/exploring-the-future-of-b_b_478846.html
"Fire Someone Today" is what I learned building my own company. It's one of several lessons, include "Winning Takes 51%" and "Nobody Loves Your Baby Like You Do." These topics are the practical wisdom from long lunches with other entrepreneurs and from making lots of mistakes of my own. My talk is about making the right decisions in good times and bad and it is full of practical examples from real businesses. My presentations are strong on "things you can do tomorrow morning."