Three Minutes and Fifteen Seconds Of ‘WOW’
My thanks to Adrian Gropper for the source that came to him via The Digital Collective – who are part of the People-First ecosystem ….. after a short back and forth in our discussion forum where I brought this article up ….
When pressed for an example of a misuse (of the iPhone), Ive confessed: “perhaps constant use.”
“I do think it’s just sometimes nice to have space,” he said.
“I think we fill space because we can—not because we should.”
You see – it is all connected. So much so that Moby and Jonny even have the same haircut!
This Just Published On BizCatalyst
They provide rather a clever image actually – wish I had thought of / found it.
As observed by The Onion.
Lyft – to show that I don’t always have to pick on Uber!
Pro – amongst others …
Fairly efficient way to compartmentalize human beings based on market value
Con – amongst others …
It’s The Wrong Way To Look At It
I read this in the UK’s Independent newspaper yesterday.
The 44 year-old tech billionaire, actively involved in the mission to get to Mars and potentially live there, is said to be working an impressive 85 to 100 hours per week to achieve its goals.
It’s a good article – and indeed I am a big fan of Mr. Musk (though I do not always understand why he does certain things – like starting his own streaming music service built right into every Tesla.) That said, who am I to judge, I am sure he has his reasons (Variety certainly thinks so.)
But take a read of that quote …. why is it ‘impressive’ that Mr. Musk works 85 to 100 hours per week?