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Well, I’m rather attracted to rather prosaic things like vacuum cleaners and hand dryers. Where people haven’t apparently made them with a great love for…
The U.S. is the biggest investor in research and development in the world. It has the best universities. Keeping them supplied with the best talent…
I’ve obviously used fans – I wouldn’t say all my life, because we couldn’t afford them when I was young, but from my 20s and…
I grew up running miles of the Norfolk coastline. I’d think nothing of a six-mile run before breakfast. I still run, though not as far…
I imported the first Mac into England in 1984; you know, the beige box. I imported what I think were the first four that came…
Well, air-conditioning is not a good thing.
The Web is fascinating and transformative, but it’s an easy, flashy, get-rich-quick option to the hard graft of proper industry.
We need to encourage investors to invest in high-technology startups.
The British judiciary needs to support intellectual property.
Some people are academically inclined, some vocationally and we shouldn’t penalise the latter.
People will make leaps of faith and get excited by your product if you just get it in front of them.
It is an extreme perversion of capitalism if you can trade in something before you have even paid for it.
People buy products if they’re better.
I’m not a businessman.
I think if you have to pay for your education, you worry very seriously about you’re going to do when you’ve got your degree.
I think the search engines are the new equivalent of publishing: an enabler of information.
I own every share of my company, and I don’t want to sell any of it.
I don’t particularly follow the Bauhaus school of design, where you make everything into a black box – simplify it.
I don’t believe in brands.
I don’t do something necessarily to make a big profit or because it’s a logical business decision.
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