How Do You Know What Customers Want?

I argue about, harangue, debate and insist that in most Craft Product or service businesses you Should Never Give The Customers What They Want. But instead you should Give Them What You Do Best. I have even written an entreaty about how Customers Don’t Exist. So it should come as but a trifling surprise that […]

How Much Is Your Vote Worth?

It’s a completely unreasonable question to ask. There are two decidedly opposing camps in the diatribacious debate. Camp Zero holds that in any contest or competition with competing sides that your vote has only the net weight of the winning side. And that conversely any vote cast for the losing side has a negative affect […]

Sometimes in Writing It’s The Mechanics of Writing, Rather Than The Glory of Writing

I’m a huge fan of discipline. In other people. I prefer to hire that trait. Writing is hard. Well technically writing is stunningly easy. Writing either consistently or well are both supremely difficult. Doing both? Nigh on impossible for mere mortals. About a week ago I decided to issue a 15 articles in 15 days […]

Some Poetry and Prose to Enhance the Soul.

Todays post in my 15 posts in 15 days personal challenge is a bit of semi random poetic prose and a bit of prose-like poetry i wrote. Just cause. Poetic Prose: Life is a brilliantly conceived game that diametrically lulls you into complacency and smacks you upside the head with urgency. It’s fires rage hot […]

What Does The Average American’s Inability To Merge Mean For Society At Large?

I ask a lot of questions. Too many damn questions if you ask my wife. So I was not at all surprised at myself when this question crashed into my head the other morning while waiting through the inconceivably moronic lines that are waiting behind the average American’s seeming inability to merge. The full impact […]

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