Every road does not leadto Rome.bostonian5:49:02, Thu Jul 26, 2012
“ Humanity is acquiring all the right technology for all the wrong reasons. ” —R. Buckminster Fuller
There is no shame in not knowing; the shame lies innot finding out.· Were completely going to punish people that do this to us.· So heres the single question everyone should be asking.· Build the Future dont keep asking for it to be delivered to you.· A life that requires us to understand a new ontology between human and non-human agents.
Get what you can and keep what you have; thatsthe way to get rich. Benchmark intuitive technologies
If things are getting easier, maybe youre headeddownhill.· EGOsystem becomes ECOsystem, yelling becomes talking, traditional Marketing.· Block all traffic with hashtags that have been flagged as unauthorized· Its being part of the Tribe as Seth Godin likes to say that is starting to matter more than ever before.· The infosphere includes, but is not limited to, the Internet.
“ Technology is so much fun but we can drown in our technology. The fog of information can drive out knowledge. ” —Daniel J. Boorstin
Cheap meat never makes a good soup.· This doesnt mean you shouldnt experiment with great algorithms.· From EGO to ECO, from Control to Openness, from Domination to Collaboration.· Start to really talk to the users, and have actual conversations with your customers.· The infosphere includes, but is not limited to, the Internet.
In conclusion· Engage visionary supply-chains· Enhance turn-key functionalities· Engineer collaborative relationships· and remember: A dog that barks all the time gets little attention.
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