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Finally, an app that will help you on the pursuit of the next best brew. Beer Hunt helps fellow hopheads seek and destroy new craft brews based on taste and location.
I am one of those “hopheads,” and craft beer has been in my life for a few years now. Luckily, I live in the thriving craft market of Central Texas, and have dozens of local brew houses to expand my palate. Real Ale Brewery is the closest to my house, and one of the most highly regarded craft breweries in the state. With a heavy focus on bringing the cask market back to the states, Real Ale is my top place to grab a beer.
Some of my other favorites are Austin Beer Works, Deschutes Brewery, based out of Portland, and Captain Lawrence, in New York. These 3 are some of the fastest growing craft brewers in the nation, but the problem with quickly gaining market share is the threat of buyouts by the big guys.
Millercoors and Budweiser are not dumb companies. They know their cheap, watery, “beer” isn’t what the educated masses want (besides frat dudes, but are they educated?). We middle-class beer snobs want the best and that has made the big boy beer companies start to shiver. MillerCoors has the ever-so-popular Blue Moon and yet, you won’t see a Millercoors label on any of the bottles. Take note: Tenth & Blake Beer Company is MillerCoors and Green Valley Brewing is Budweiser. Don’t be fooled, if you’re gonna pay $10 for a 6 pack, send it to the brewery who’s lively hood depends on it. [Via]
The infographic features prolific thinkers, magnates, and tech people who dropped out of school and transformed science and technologies.
1) Thomas Edison invented artificial light and many devices such as the kinetophone and phonograph. 2) The Wright Brothers invented the first airplane and were known for their aptitude for science and their extraordinary curiosity. 3) Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) co-founder Bill Gates is an American multi-billionaire who is known for his philanthropic work in low-income communities. 4) Paul Allen is also a Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) co-founder and a leading philanthropist who donates to charities through the Paul G. Allen Family foundation. 5) Chief Executive of Oracle Corporation(NASDAQ:ORCL) Larry Ellison is an American businessman who invested in salesforce.com, inc. (NYSE:CRM) and other enterprises. 6) Michael Dell has revolutionized the marketing of personal computers and founded Dell Inc. (NASDAQ:DELL) . 7) Steve Jobs invented the iMac, USB mouse, Apple III, and many other devices. He is the co-founder of Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL). 8) Mark Zuckerberg is the founder of Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB), one of the most influential online communities.
Thomas Edison is a prolific inventor, businessman, and a famous dropout who invented the light bulb, motion picture camera, and stock ticker. His mother taught him to read and write after he was expelled from school because teachers thought he was too slow to learn. He was self-disciplined and industrious, worked hard, experimented, and spent a lot of time reading in the public library. While working on a train, selling newspapers, tobacco, and candy, a bottle of phosphorus in his train lab started a fire. He gave up trains, changed several jobs, and devoted himself to inventing.
The Wright Brothers
The Wright brothers invented the “flying machine” and flew the first airplane. Orville Wright was expelled from elementary school. While both Wilbur and Orville attended high school, they never graduated. They spent a lot of time watching birds in flight, designed gliders, and invented an airplane that gained enough airspeed for a successful flight. The fathers of flight did work on wing design, propellers, and in the field of aerodynamics. There is little hope for advance if we believe that reality is fixed and only accepted truths are true, Orville Wright once said.
Bill Gates, a Harvard dropout, became a dropout billionaire who earns about $20 million a day. If he were to pay the U.S. national debt, it would take him about 10 years. The former chief executive of Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) is a computer programmer, entrepreneur, author, and philanthropist. While Edison put a lot of time and money into his inventions, Bill Gates is focused on malaria eradication and improving access to education.
Larry Ellison, who founded Oracle Corporation (NASDAQ:ORCL), is a billionaire college dropout and the world’s 9th richest person. Diplomas are for losers, he told Yale graduates in his commencement address. “Loserhood. Loser Cum Laude,” he said. Ellison is a magnate who owns planes, yachts, and islands. He also said he has given millions of dollars to charitable causes, including education and medical research.
Michael Dell dropped out of college at the age of 19. The founder of Dell Inc. (NASDAQ:DELL) shown an interest in technology from an early age and contributed to the computer revolution later in his life. Dell Inc. has hundreds of thousands of employees around the world. Millions of companies, public libraries, foundations, and individuals use Dell computers for research and their daily tasks. The Michael and Susan Dell Foundation has donated to many charitable causes such as the Asian tsunami victims.
Steve Jobs, the chairman and co-founder of Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) was also a college dropout. He introduced the Macintosh and is recognized as one of the pioneers of the computer revolution. His many visionary creations, such as the iPad and iPhone, have changed the lives of millions of people. The man who set a standard for animated films believed that technology would help lives, not charity.
Paul Allen, the founder of Xiant software and co-founder of Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) dropped out of the University of Washington. Known as the “idea man”, Allen became a billionaire in his early 30s. He invested in different companies while pursuing his wired world strategy. In his words, he “saw a connected future” and a wired world. Allen is the founder of the Paul G. Allen Family Foundation which has donated close to $30 million to non-for-profits in the U.S.
Mark Zuckerberg is a Harvard dropout and the founder of Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB). For him, it is more important to connect the world than to offer services for money. Openness and minimalism are important for him. Zuckerberg is a charity donor who gave more than $498 million to the Silicon Valley Community Foundation.
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