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Man of Steel, Women of Kleenex
Larry Niven's Man of Steel, Woman of Kleenex is a 12 YEAR old article which details the 'facts' why Superman can't have babies.
I remember discussing that with a classmate during high school days. Paging comic-guru Richie Santiago... paging.
Found that link when a certain spoof-related site posted a similar but semi-pornographic version of that article. (No I won't link to that site.)
Guy Kawasaki: The Art of Innovation.
7. Think digital, act analog. Thinking digital means that companies should use all the digital tools at its disposal--computers, web sites, instruments, whatever--to create great products. But companies should act analog--that is, they must remember that the purpose of innovation is not cool products and cool technologies but happy people. Happy people is a decidedly analog goal. (Source)
I remember adding GK's blog when he started blogging in my RSS feeder/reader. I stopped using a feeder a couple of months ago though.
Found the link to his site when Andrew posted a link to the Trademark Tips for Your Web App post.
Really informative and inspiring blog.
Also via Akselsoft, Bill Coupe posted these issues and factors developers outside the 'droneMatrix' are facing.
What's a 'droneMatrix' you ask..?
'It is a world pulled into your eyes to blind you from the truth.'
In other words, in your peaceful corporate world powered cubicles, up a notch by ten positions, located in sublevel 47 below, there exists an alien manipulating your companies, assets, and everything beyond and in between towards an alien invasion.
Ah... here we go again.
'Think book not diary', WildFire. Think books.
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