In Chapter 6 of 15, leadership philosopher and bootstrap business expert Bijoy Goswami blends three majors - computer science, history, and economics, to shape his thinking. Collectively, the three perspectives allow Goswami to find multiple answers and make stronger decisions. Computer science is engineering - technical, precise, methodical. History offers many perspectives and serves a reminder that nothing is ever new, be it telephones, Internet or Middle East conflict. It is a repeating cycle, with variance. Economics comes down to efficient resource planning and setting rules and regulations to optimize this allocation of resources.