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  2. Quotes about Germany

    1. Sixty-one percent of the people in the U.S., U.K., Australia, and Germany would like to learn a musical instrument, but currently only a fraction actually do. With Skoove, we hope to make that dream a reality for anyone with access to a computer and a desire to learn.
      In What You Can Learn from the Startup that Pulled Piano Lessons into the Internet Age
    2. Germany is always criticized for having too few college graduates in percentage terms.
      In What U.S. Companies Can Learn From Germany's Apprenticeship Program
    3. One of the things that's very interesting about this show is, since I started working on it, a lot of of these kinds of stories cropped up in the news like Tom Perkins comparing the one percent to Jews and Nazi Germany, the Google bus and the backlash there.
      In Awkward and Absurd: How HBO's 'Silicon Valley' Nailed Startup Culture