The thing about propellant

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The paint in the can almost always lasts longer than the aerosol does. The propellant is more difficult to engineer and work with than the stuff it’s propelling. It’s volatile, elusive and doesn’t last long. The metaphor is a useful … Continued

Where’s the king of the ants?

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Of course there isn’t one. Ants organize locally. They develop a culture, and that culture gives them the resilience to make them one of the world’s most numerous creatures. Deborah Gordon of Stanford has the fascinating details. It turns out … Continued

AI Marketing: The Next Big Thing

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Weekend Favs June 23

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Weekend Favs June 23 written by John Jantsch read more at Duct Tape Marketing My weekend blog post routine includes posting links to a handful of tools or great content I ran across during the week. I don’t go into … Continued

The jerk fallacy

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There’s a common misperception, particularly in media, business and politics, that being a jerk is a necessary ingredient on the way to becoming and staying successful. But there’s no data to support this. Sure, some people succeed despite being jerks, … Continued

Paper clips and string

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All software is held together with patches, shortcuts and cruft. (Many old houses are as well). Don’t be surprised. Expect it. At some point, you’ll need to take a deep breath and pay a bunch of money to start fresh. … Continued

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