We owe it to ourselves and the people we lost to remember this day for more than the pain that was inflicted 10 years ago. It serves as a reminder of the importance and preciousness of each of our lives.
The Right Emotions for the Right Product
What emotional stage, if any, are you setting for your product, your service, your business? Does the emotion you’re trying to convey match the one your customers are associating with you? If you’re not able to answer those questions, you haven’t positioned yourself.
There are dark days when the cashflow stops and those bills are looming and the way out isn’t clear. Those are the days when you feel like you’re in it alone. You’re not. The only way out is through.
Hacking QR Codes: I’m a QR Code Pirate and I’ll Make You See Booty
Don’t believe me? OK. Fine. Let me give you an interactive demonstration. Ready your smart phone, dear reader!
Equal and Opposite Community Reactions
Try putting a Captain Kirk fan in the same room as a Captain Picard fan. Then, just for fun, bring in someone who marked “Jedi” as their religion on the census. Three, seemingly sane people, will quickly become a riotous herd of angry geeks in the absence of reason.
Angry Nerds and Violating Expectations
The one in which I present you with a tale of two very different software updates.
Dickish Behavior is Addicting
Dickish behavior is an addiction and it takes work to compensate for it – and the bad news: there’s no Dicks Anonymous.
How Not To Engage Your Community
Every so often, I see someone try to rally their network in a way that makes me cringe as if I’ve been kicked in the nuts.
Orange Julius is a tribute to a past age. This isn’t the big problem. The big problem facing Orange Julius is complacency.
The Role of Guile in Business Stories
A purple cow is still a cow, it just looks deceptively funky. Only the bravest of the brave will attempt to milk one.