Your interview with Adam Osborne was remarkable. One can't help but admire Mr. Osborne for being man enough to admit that he has limitations and areas of ignorance.

One wonders, however, why he didn't surround himself with compensating talents right from the start, rather than too late. (In contrast, John De Lorean, another fainous entrepreneurial casualty, had a strong management team but, lacking Mr. Osborne's ability to concede limitations, just never listened to them.)

Only a strong management team can turn an entrepreneurial idea into an ongoing marketing and financial success instead of just another collector's item, such as the De Lorean car or the Osborne computer.