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Niklas Zennstrom, founder of Skype, talks to Foreign Affairs about the sharing economy, why start-ups are thriving in Europe, and how technology can address climate change.

©2015 Foreign Affairs (P)2015 Audible, Inc.

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  • Michael
  • 12-13-17

Passing interest value only

I stumbed across this 'article' whilst looking for information on the Nordic Model. For me this offered poor value. I was not expecting any great insight, but I was expecting something, and gained nothing. This is a transcript of an interview read aloud, which immediately saturates the value even more. It is read with very little espression, and is quite droll. The answers to interview questions are much as could be expected from any entrepreneur, and although some emphasis is givien to timing and nordic advantage, there is little more. If I spent the same money on a failrground ride, then I would have the memory of that ride, if nothing else. This is not memorable nor inspirational. Save your money and find a fairground !