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Comment: Corrective action for people like the AG (Score 1) 92

by Richard Meadows (#47435749) Attached to: Lyft's New York Launch Halted By Restraining Order
The best corrective action is to find a candidate who understands the Technology Economy for each office, especially, executive offices like AG. Get them elected. Get the Governor to appoint young smart technology knowledgable people to commissions and move forward. The old white guys can either get on board or get out of the way.

Comment: LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY IS EXCELLENT CHOICE (Score 1) 190

Cost of living is very good as in low but not depressed. We have over 700 independently owned and operated restaurants in the MSA. UofL who's Entrepreneur MBA program is a consistent winner of numerous business plan competitions. GE First Build - https://firstbuild.com/ is a 20K sq' maker space. The male to female ratio is 100:109. The male population is 330,002, and the female population is 360,170. The average household income in Louisville is $39,908, median household income is $48,895 and houses $104,900 Median listing price, $128,725 Median sale price. There is a vibrant healthy startup community. http://startuplouisville.com/ There are two excellent startup accelerators: Velocity Indiana velocityindiana.org and XlerateHealth http://www.xleratehealth.com./ I could write a book, but I am biased. I came here 34 years ago to go to school for one year, still here, raised a family and have no plans on leaving any time soon. We have they Kentucky Derby the first Saturday of May every year. We have the URBAN BOURBON TRAIL. We have NULU and we have Portland. If you are looking for a place to make your $19B app, to be the next Mark Cuban, or to be the real hot next Aaron Marshall, then come to Louisville. Oh, yeah, Over, developed right here in the Butchertown neighborhood just won global competition: ‘number one startup of the world'. http://insiderlouisville.com/s... Eat Your Heart Out Silicon Valley!

Comment: How To Fix This (Score 1) 353

by Richard Meadows (#46622099) Attached to: If Ridesharing Is Banned, What About Ride-Trading?
Vote the current elected officials out of office and get some new ones elected who understand the Share Economy. I would submit that Seattle is ripe for such action and will lead the way in the nation. One city does this and institutes favorable Share Economy rules, others will follow when they see the benefits. Bureaucracies are inherently resistant to change, especially when a new technology comes along to undermine the assumptions on which the bureaucracies were built. Those bureaucracies’ express mission is to hinder progress. It is our express duty to educate them so they know that the Share Economy is here and is here to stay. People know and the politicians they elect will soon learn that bureaucratic walls to the Share Economy will be torn down as surely as the Berlin Wall was. Using technology to utilize inactive resources is too easy and so welcomed it won't fail.

Comment: Bureaucratic Nightmare (Score 1) 387

by Richard Meadows (#46231069) Attached to: Ohio Attempting To Stop Tesla From Selling Cars, Again
Bureaucracies are inherently resistant to change, especially when a new technology comes along to undermine the assumptions on which the bureaucracies were built. Those bureaucracies’ express mission is to hinder progress. It is our express duty to educate them so they know that the hinderance they are attempting will fall as surely as the Berlin Wall fell. Using technology to improve people's lives is too easy and so welcome it won't fail.

Comment: The Share Economy Is Here To Stay (Score 1) 181

by Richard Meadows (#45073739) Attached to: New York Subpoenaed AirBnb For All NYC User Data
Bureaucracies are inherently resistant to change, especially when a new technology comes along to undermine the assumptions on which those bureaucracies were built. Those bureaucracies’ express mission is to hinder progress. It is our express duty to educate them so they know that the Share Economy is here and is here to stay. People know and the politicians they elect will soon learn that bureaucratic walls to the Share Economy will be torn down as surely as the Berlin Wall was. Using technology to utilize inactive resources is too easy and so welcomed it won't fail. Politicians who stand in the way of progress need to be turned out of office in the next election and new ones who can think should be elected. Eric Schneiderman can go back to chasing ambulances in Westchester County.

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