“‘In my book, there’s no reason why children in elementary schools can’t be launching their own businesses,’ Rebekah Neumann said in an interview. She thinks kids should develop their passions and act on them early, instead of waiting to grow up to be ‘disruptive,’ as the entrepreneurial set puts it.” WeWork, “having expanded into health, spirituality and ‘co-living,’ is launching a grade school for ‘conscious entrepreneurship.'” (What we need is a grade school for parody. It’s almost impossible to achieve these days…)

+ If you missed in on Friday, here’s my take on the glorious eleven minutes when Twitter (and the everyone else) was free. Rogue Won.

+ Daughter, age IX photographs dog with iPhone X.