Resources

At Cambridge, there are many courses, people and library resources to help me in my research. There are also other sites and sources I check regularly. There is always too much to read and always something new to discover.

For anyone interested, I recommend the following links.

I check Stanford University’s knowledge-base and Alltop news for innovation and startups everyday everyday.

Some sources are too huge to pin down, but worth a periodic browse. Stanford University’s eCorner has fabulous videos, as well as the TED series of talks.

On technology, I follow the obvious – TechCrunch and TechMeme, plus cool general sites such as MIT World and the New York Times and WSJ’s All Things Digital.

Certain people are worth following (I am omitting many here, sorry). These include Bob Sutton, Josh Lerner, Noam Wasserman, AnnaLee Saxenian and Sydney Finkelstein.

Other good sources include: Cambridge Funding Reports and the Stanford Venture Program.

[lots more to follow… in progress]

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