研究了一下新公司QWiki，三点感触：1)有技术门槛；2)目标清晰，“forever improve the way people experience information”；3)做平台，platform。
看过该公司两位创始人在Techcrunch Disrupt上show demo的演讲后，很容易被公司创立者所展现出的创业激情所感染。
This is no small vision, no tactical marketing ploy—it’s becoming a key part of Google’s picture of the future. In a speech last September at the IFA consumer electronics fair in Berlin, Schmidt talked about “the age of augmented humanity,” a time when computers remember things for us, when they save us from getting lost, lonely, or bored, and when “you really do have all the world’s information at your fingertips in any language”—finally fulfilling Bill Gates’ famous 1990 forecast. This future, Schmidt says, will soon be accessible to everyone who can afford a smartphone—one billion people now, and as many as four billion by 2020, in his view.