Are America's employees hypochondriacs?

I commented Umair Haque new blog

 
Umair, your voice and thoughts and blog are music to our ears. Probably the best way to start is to revive US economy driven by high-tech, is the IPO. The Feds can think of a law that gives incentives to all investments in IPO. This is the most attractive exit strategies for the VC community. 2nd, the VC's must invest in very early stage corporation, and not, like some institutionalized VCs employing scions of families with money and young MBAs with no business risk experience. Some VC act as loan officers in a commercial bank thirty years ago.

Here is a quote from Liel Leibovitz in Tablet: "the most radical thing about Brin, Zuckerberg, and the technologies they created is that they encourage constant commentary, ongoing debate, endless involvement. It’s a way of thinking that is very bad for oppressive corporations, zealous theocracies, and anyone else wishing to exert complete control over information." http://bit.ly/cNjISe

Using the clout at HBR, maybe we can organize step by step a practical implementations of the manifesto's you brilliantly produced. Reading you, I feel as I went to a doctor, who diagnosed exactly my malaise, whereas any other person told me I am imagining and perhaps the entire corporate America's employees are hypochondriacs.

See my initiative on Change.org: Revive the high-tech start up on Silicon Valley and US http://bit.ly/ayQZL2 We gathered some 51 signatures.
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