Seth Godin: The computer, the network and the economy: When a pre-employed person says, “I don’t know how to code and I’m not interested in selling,” we need to pause for a moment and think about what we built school for. When he continues, “I don’t really have anything interesting to say, and I’m not […]
Seth Godin says you should read more blogs. I agree. If you use Feedly — like I’ve been doing since Google Reader went away – you can find Daily Exhaust there.
Seth Godin on software (and everything else in life): The reason it’s so difficult to test and improve is that it requires you to acknowledge that your original plan wasn’t perfect. And to have the humility and care to go ahead and fix it. Making shit work is the easy part. Making sure it doesn’t […]
Quartz says traditional home pages are obselete // Apple Watch Scooped Up Over Half The Smartwatch Market In 2015 // The new Google Ventures logo is nice and gestalt-y // “Resilience is a skill, one that’s probably more valuable than most.” —Seth Godin // The Allegory of the Cave, Monty Python styley (via Open Culture) […]
Seth Godin: The Wright Brothers decided to solve the hardest problem of flight first. It’s so tempting to work on the fun, the urgent or even the controversial parts of a problem. There are really good reasons to do the hard part first, though. In addition to not wasting time in meetings about logos, you’ll […]
One reason we easily dismiss the astonishing things computers can do is that we know that they don’t carry around a narrative, a play by play, the noise in their head that’s actually (in our view) ‘intelligence.’ It turns out, though, that the narrative is a bug, not a feature. That narrative doesn’t help us […]