This computable startup bound to fundamentals

a business that mathematics could easily model and computer easily and fastly handle and optimize given the outputs the inputs of the business model is what I call a computable business or a computable startup.

Because with such business on hand we could concentrate our time interacting with people not improving and managing a business for making it profitable what computers will do.

Time being a scarce resource, achieving more could only be done by doing many things in parallel while doing better only depends on what think those that will engage with what we do. We cannot know if it is good or better if we don't interact with these engaged people. Personal interactions cannot scale because there are one to one, one to man, or many to many interactions that consume all our time and attention leaving us with no way to do something else.

A computable business or startup is better in this manner because it gives the team more time to interact with people and learn what cannot scale and what a computer cannot still do.

Not saying that Book Dojo the mail-only startup publishing data-driven books, building a book-driven platform is already a computable startup but it is close to being it. Time we spend at Book Dojo is interacting with others, creating connections between them and ideas that will make them achieve more and see better. As a publishing startup, we are bonded to publishing fundamentals.

More about Book Dojo here

Soon the first data-driven book here

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Diop Papa Makhtar

Diop Papa Makhtar

​Papa makhtar Diop is before anything a geek or a nerd or both if you want. Geek and nerd are now overused but they used to name a knowledge driven person.