Why Creating The Next Silicon Valley ... Is The Wrong Goal - Forbes
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Getty Images Rose McGowan fired back after Instagram users said she looked like the late Michael Jackson. After posting a photo captioned "Afghanistan," where the actress-singer is wearing aviator sunglasses and smiling at the camera, users on social media decided to comment. READ: Rose McGowan and More Stars Who Grew Up in Cults "She really does look like older MJ from this angle" and "Sorry but in this photo you look like Michael Jackson" were some of the comments, including thoughts about plastic surgery. But then there were also fans who defended the actress, who said, "Why are people so mean." McGowan, 40, had surgery in 2007, including reconstruction, after a serious car accident. The "Charmed" actress added that she was born Irish and that Jackson needed surgery to look the way he did at the end of his life. She posted another picture of Jackson in his early years, followed by one later. "Exactly. You dumb f***. Eat it," she wrote. Join the Discussion You are using an outdated version of Internet Explorer.
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Entrepreneurship is problem solving. When theyre successful, entrepreneurs also create jobs for employees, wealth for shareholders, and economic growth for communities. As a result, leaders in government, business, and philanthropy across the world seem captivated by one question: How do we make (name of city) the next Silicon Valley? Cities everywhere want to become the launching pad for the next tech sensation: The next Facebook, Twitter, Whats App, or another one-in-a-billion-odds, multi-billion-dollar winner. We hear it all the time. From cocktail parties in the middle of New York City to rural villages a days drive from New Delhi; from an office park near Raleigh to a checkpoint near Ramallah its How can we recreate Silicon Valley here? But its not the right question to be asking. Silicon Valley took hard work, smart policy, good money, and better luck over decades to create. It wont be replicated. And everyone trying to copy/paste should stop.