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On November 20, 2016, MS commented on Ocado – Changing Grocery Shopping in the UK :

Awesome post! I remember using their service when I lived in London. Considering operating complexity, though, and competition from the likes of Amazon, I think the only way for them to succeed in the future is to be acquired (as merger rumours spread now and then).

On November 20, 2016, MS commented on Self-Driving… You Out of Business :

Thank you for this awesome post! However, I disagree. We should not cry for industries whose time has passed – if that was the case, we should pray for cure for cancer to never be invented. There is no demand for public executioners and no one really misses them. And as for local government revenues – I’m sure they appreciate concerns, governments, however, will always find a way to reach into taxpayers pockets to compensate for lack of income from certain areas.

Great post! Seems like there has been a race to the bottom in content cost, instigated by Napster and Spotify. At some point, though, distribution technology will become so widespread, that content will become the main value driver – I wonder when balance is reached.

Great post! Blockchain has been another overused buzzword used among tech enthusiasm, but not many people actually knew what it was. Thanks to your post I now have better understanding of the topic.

On November 20, 2016, MS commented on Will Telemedicine Re-shape Our Healthcare Industry? :

Thank you for this informative post. I agree, telemedicine could serve as a great bridge for patients without direct access to healthcare. To me , the biggest risk seems regulatory, as proven by companies such as Uber and AirBnB state regulation still lags behind innovation.

On November 7, 2016, MS commented on Power Struggles at Amazon Web Services :

Interesting. I was not aware of how much impact data centers have until I saw Microsoft’s initiatives:

Amazing post. I agree. Shake Shack should do it, they have the most visibility in the industry and can thus lead the change.

Great post! We should all go to Dubai: