Walt Disney didn’t make a damn dime until 1937 – seventeen years into his career as a cartoonist.
Sometimes, my heating doesn’t work.
These two facts prove that you don’t need be financially or practically successful to serve millions of people in gigantic industries.
The entertainment and energy engines of the 21st century are big money-eating machines that swallow up talented starlets and poop out bricks of hard, shiny coal.
This is all elegant preamble to the complementary stars of our show this week: The Networks and Power Grid.
What’s more a more valuable output of production? Energy, or smiles?