He graduated high school at 14, and by 23 had several graduate degrees and was a research assistant with Stephen Hawking. He became the first chief technology officer at Microsoft (without having ever studied computer science) and then started a company focused on big questions — like how to provide the world with clean energy and how to optimize pizza-baking. Find out what makes Nathan Myhrvold’s fertile mind tick, and which of his many ideas Steve Levitt likes the most.
https://mliakd0peh7e.i.optimole.com/MsTeNkY-LTPUIzOd/w:auto/h:auto/q:auto/https://centerforpropertytaxreform.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/PeopleAdmire-Logo-LargerFont-3-550x550-lcggQf.jpeg 550 550 Josie Faass https://mliakd0peh7e.i.optimole.com/MsTeNkY-thF07w05/w:150/h:150/q:auto/rt:fill/g:ce/https://centerforpropertytaxreform.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/CPTR-Logotransparent-bg.png Josie Faass2020-11-12 17:12:442020-11-17 16:16:29“I Am Interested in Lots of Things, and That’s Actually a Bad Strategy” | People I (Mostly) Admire Ep. 6: Nathan Myhrvold