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I expect that this winter I’ll run another marathon somewhere in the world. And I’m sure come next summer I’ll be out in another triathlon somewhere, giving it my best shot. Thus the seasons come and go, and the years … Continue reading
Good writers have two things in common: they prefer to be understood rather than admired; and they do not write for knowing and over-acute readers. — Friedrich Nietzsche
Yesterday I finished reading Steve Jobs’ biography and loved every single sentence. It’s hard to call it the best book I’ve ever read because the quality of this book has nothing to do with the writing skills of its author. … Continue reading
You have a simple graph, to the point, maybe not the best graph in the world but at least comprehensible? Microsoft will help you fix that! This is the single worst ad I have ever seen.
“Skate where the puck’s going, not where it’s been” — Wayne Gretzky via “Steve Jobs” by Walter Isaacson