Geek Reading September 29, 2015

Reuters leads our day with an interesting story about a Tanzanian engineer who invented a low-cost water filter. For many countries, this could be a huge development. On Both Sides of the Table, Mark Suster gives us two interesting posts. First, he talks about high conviction when dealing with VC decisions, not worrying about consensus among the group. The second post is a rant about “unicorns”, and the culture that the valuation breeds.

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