Archive for May, 2005

Toilet paper syndrome

, written by Jeremy

So, I’ve got a baby right? And like nearly every other adult on the planet I’m always putting my face about one inch from his cute little nose.

When I’m with him, I’m always right up close and when my …

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Brita-filter for business

, written by Jeremy

I’ve been poking at sift for the last month or two. I’ve been wondering what this blog’s for. Not because I doubt the value of what all this is about. Nor do I question my interest in this work. I’m …

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Sifting without translation

, written by Jeremy

Tom Peters is sifting.

Not sure what I think.

I still think the problem is too much information + translation needed.

Tom’s sorting out the info but not translating.…

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Abundance, Asia, and Automation

, written by Jeremy

Provocative post at Worthwhile.

Dan Pink, author of A Whole New Mind sees three forces that are shaping work roles: Abundance, Asia, and Automation.

“Abundance leads us to move from valuing “utility” to “significance” in the things we own. …

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