When I think of anarchy, I think of a post-apocalyptic wasteland like the world that exists in Denzel Washington's new film The Book of Eli. Today's guest, Roman Pearah, is going to let me know if I have the wrong idea. He says that anarchy is the answer.
Lisa Lloyd will also be joining us in the studio today as my guest co-host. Lisa recently received $150,000 on the ABC television program Shark Tank. I can't wait to find out more about her experience on prime time.
Roman Pearah is a political theorist, philosopher and the author of "Instead of a Blog", part of the "Blogosphere of the Libertarian Left", dedicated to the discussion of anarchism - particularly individualist "freed-market" anarchism - and libertarian ethical philosophy. An alumnus of Lewisville High School, right here in DFW, and Duke University, Roman now lives and works in North San Diego County, CA.
Randy DeWitt, the founder of Rockfish Seafood Grill, stopped by the Innovation@Work! Radio Show not too long ago. In an exclusive on air interview, he filled us in on the innovative history of the restaurant, including the birth of Twin Peaks, an offspring of sorts. I'd love to see Rockfish invest in Microsoft Surface technology. Imagine enjoying a meal while sharing photos and videos right there on the surface of the table. The table could feature a touch screen menu, allowing you to order at any time. What other possibilities can you think of for Microsoft's multi-touch table? Email me with your ideas.
Benjamin Franklin: Innovator
Refused to patent his Franklin Stove, saying, "As we enjoy great advantages from the inventions of others, we should be glad of an opportunity to serve others by any invention of ours; and this we should do freely and generously."