This is a really nice, funny and at times thought provoking speech to the Carnegie Mellon graduates. He talks about the technological comparison between his time and theirs/now. It is amazing to hear the developments over the past 20 or so years spelled out in this way.
Take advantage of your opportunities to make your own luck, you cannot plan innovation, just plan to be ready.
Do things in a group, groups are stronger and faster.
Trust is your most important currency in a networked world.
Live for the future.
Remember humans are more important than technology ~ remember to switch it off sometimes!
A mind set in it’s ways is a mind wasted.