If you are into Computers and haven’t heard of Linus Torvalds then you better do some lookup. To start with he gave us Linux and to add icing to the cake he created Git.
Recently I heard him talk in a TED interview and thought of sharing it. It’s a talk worth listening to. He is not a people’s person and likes to work in his quiet office, all by himself.
The part which sounded really interesting was his take on Visionaries and why he identified more with Edison than with Tesla.
I am not a visionary. I do not have a five-year plan, I don’t have a moon shot. I’m an engineer.
Listen him share his opinions.
Great news for the Indian folks who want to drive a Tesla.
With the launch of Model 3 today, which has surpassed all expectations, Elon Musk has hinted in a series of Tweets that he will include India in the order page.
Stay tuned for more on this !!
Tesla shattered all expectations as it receives 180,000 Model 3 orders in 24 hours.
In a tweet Friday, Tesla CEO Elon Musk touted a “bright” future for electric cars.
Watch the video here http://video.cnbc.com/gallery/?video=3000506174
Like many, I am a Huge Fan of Elon Musk. He is one of those Rare Risk Takers our Planet needs.
His ideas and concepts are a breath of fresh air and the best part is he makes them work. Be it SpaceX, Tesla or HyperLoop, which has inspired companies to make it a reality.
I am always looking forward to what’s coming next from him.
Well this time his offering is for the Kids.
The company just started accepting pre-orders for its first kiddie-car, a US $499 all-electric model designed in partnership with red-wagon maker Radio Flyer.
The basic “Tesla Model S for Kids” (couldn’t they come up with a shorter name?) has a 130-watt-hour lithium-ion battery pack, working headlights, and a sound system.
It’s available in red, silver, and blue. It has a top speed of 6 mph, but parents can choose to lower the top speed to 3 mph.
It holds a driver who weighs up to 81 lbs; there is no passenger seat, but there is a “frunk” (a front trunk) to hold emergency snacks and teddy bears.
I am sure the kids are going to love this one.