Couple months ago I noticed a reference that Tom Peters made to a book called Flip: How to Turn Everything You Know on Its Head–and Succeed Beyond Your Wildest Imaginings. He’d noticed a tagline on the cover: "Edward de Bono
Here’s Kinsey! She’s a cutie!
Only in Southern California do you get the high-quality illustrations of how storms develop. We’ll see what happens (what really happens) over the next few days here in SoCal. It’s a little bit like life in South Florida during hurricane season.
You may have already read the text of the commencement address that Steve Jobs gave at Stanford a couple years back. It’s now available as a video from Stanford on iTunes. You’ll see it on the top downloads. Just 15
Saturday. Late afternoon. 56°F on the patio. A little cold to be out here, but there’s a peaceful quality to this time of day. Got the fountain working. Good sound again with the new pump. Wish you could see the
If there is a fundamental question it is this one: If my organization went away tomorrow would anyone notice? Ever asked that one? Ever asked it about yourself? It’s kind of a George Bailey question. Have I made any difference?
Christmas Eve. All is calm, all is bright. 2007’s version is a good one. Hope your’s is as well. Tripped across this over at Valeria’s. Very interesting to see it unfold.
Sunday afternoon. 4:15 p.m. 65°F Got an Anna’s hummingbird that’s hangin’ with me. She digs the Jimmy Buffett’s A1A on the iTunes. Actually…she probably likes the blooms that are still happening on the patio. Good times in So Cal. Wish
“Great ideas often look identical to stupid ones right up until the moment they work.” Scott Adams, Stick to Drawing Comics, Monkey Brain!
Great insight over at Brand Autopsy today. Taking a look at Scott Adams work (Dilbert), John Moore points to what could lead to an interesting discussion for all of us. Here’s the question at the heart of Moore’s post: Are