Today I had the opportunity to attend a Biznik event hosted by George Huang and Leif Hansen that was focused on getting more qualified leads for your business. Sounds trite, I know, but it was a very effective class, and there was one interaction in particular which really resonated with me…
Monthly Archives: October 2009
For centuries now, people have burned fuel to produce the energy they needed. Coal and wood for heat and cooking, whale oil for lighting, and now petroleum for… well… everything! The process of burning a source material – be it wood, coal, oil, natural gas, or otherwise – is a destructive process.
General Motors has just announced that it is killing the Saturn brand. I remember when Saturn came out. It was revolutionary. An American car manufacturer was actually going to start manufacturing their cars in America! What a revolutionary idea!! On top of that, they were going to make them practical. Reasonably sized, made of resilient […]
As long as man has been producing tools, there has been a process of figuring out how a human being should interact with the tool in question. How a tool is held, which way a knob turns, what happens when a switch is flipped down, etc. And yet every single day we must stop what […]