Some good reading:
Bono's commencement speech at Harvard (2001)
Steve Jobs' commencement speech at Stanford (2005)
Fun speeches. Jobs got a lot of flac for his drop out comments, but really the lesson is "drop in". Bono's speech is probably more resonant with me. I'd love to see a bunch of Harvard pencil pushers to forgive money rather than hoard it. It's easy to believe that people who make $1 a day are just worth less, and that capitalism is a perfect force that will balance it out if it needs balancing. The invisible hand only works if everyone has the same goal and same opportunity - to accumulate money.