In a recent podcast interview I said that I have always wanted to live a life that would allow me to tell great first person stories. Sidney Rittenberg is an example of a person who could tell such stories. I was one of the many capitalists he counseled. https://news.google.com/articles/CAIiEC2jdjTcuty-h7F33OdACToqFwgEKg8IACoHCAowjuuKAzCWrzww5oEY?hl=en-US&gl=US&ceid=US%3Aen …
Sidney Rittenberg was an advisor to a small band of hard working entrepreneurs who pulled of the unthinkable at the World Radio Conference in Geneva in 1995. We re-wrote the rule book during that hard fought campaign. https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.wired.com/1997/10/teledesic-mounts-lead-in-new-space-race/winamp/ …
I recall Sidney saying to me once it was easier to go into solitary confinement the second time since he knew that time he would eventually be released. First imprisonment: 1949-1955. Second: 1968-1977. He attributed his 1st survival in solitary confinement to a Markham poem:
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