Relationships are always more important than technology. This is as true in the technology business as it is at the dinner table.
As an empire ascends, it commits its depredations on other peoples; as it declines, on its own.
The enemy of my enemy is my friend. Furthermore, the friend of the enemy of my enemy’s friend is my brother in law’s cousin, whom I actually met independently at volleyball once.
I dislike uncertainty! That’s one thing I’m sure of.
Need, or Want?
Can’t, or Won’t?
The buck stops here:
Do, or Don’t.
If I borrow my friend’s mirror, it still looks like me.
I kinda think I should be more certain about things, but then again it may be too early to tell.
When computer programmers see a small pointy thing, we assume it’s the tip of an iceberg or the thin end of a wedge. But sometimes it’s just a small pointy thing.
T: “So all we have to do is A, B, C, …, X, Y, and Z.”
J: “And then we can handcraft a passenger jet!”
— Jake Borst
I’d like to be more hopeful, but what are the chances of that?