Archive for March, 2006

Links for 03/19/2006 – 03/29/2006

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Stuff I haven’t read that I think I ought to:

Wicked problems: Beyond Innovation: Richard at cph127 on peripheral vision, pattern experience, and solutions as questions when beating down wicked problems.

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ASCII me

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me:

from this:

from here.…

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In all its glory

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Invest in knowing what perfect is and then spend the time to build it.

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How to get attention

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Focus on your recipe.

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How to talk to busy people

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Guidelines for conversations with busy people.

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Embracing obscurity and the b-side career

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Jason Fried (37 Signals) posted about embracing obscurity.

“The beauty of starting a side business is that you can fail in obscurity. Many people worry that they’ll languish in obscurity. Don’t worry about having a great idea that no one

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(un)sift’d: Feb/Mar links for review

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Here’s a list of pages I’ve cruised by lately that seemed to merit another peek. Mostly a list of pages I want to get back to, but may be of interest to others too.

Flickr: Scaling Fast and Cheap — …

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Celebrating my friend

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My good friend, Bob Klager, just got a swanky new job. Details aren’t available but I wanted to celebrate his change.

Congrats Bob. I’m proud of you.…

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Too much noise: Chaos and communication clarity

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Seth wants less noise.

Citing the mounting tidal wave of blog posts he suggests that “by writing too much, too often, we’re trouncing on the attention of the commons.”

He’s right if the singular value of blogs is communication …

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Planning: Goals versus resolutions

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"To-do" versus "To-be"

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The seventh resolution of Jonathan Edwards

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What to do in the last hour of life.

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Get your awe on

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Learning how to taste a room.

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Web 2.0: Cutting through the hype

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Is surfing worth the effort?

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Where questions are windows not battering rams

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Pursuing definitive answers often erodes principles.

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Simple is dignified; easy is brutal

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Become less. Be more.

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