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Month: January, 2006

Long posts

I would like to add, that only weenies take over the aggregators by upgrading their WordPress. Real men just write absurdly long blog entries. (This post was originally found at http://log.ometer.com/2006-01.html#3)

HBR article

I went out and bought the December issue of Harvard Business Review to check out the Christensen article I mentioned earlier; it’s really a good one. While it’s titled Marketing Malpractice, it applies equally to Engineering Malpractice and General Business Malpractice. It has a literal example of the tagline we’ve been using around the office […]

New tripleverbs

The tripleverbs are flowing in! Todays discoveries include Squarespace, Caesar, Static Photography, Flickr, Mono, Gather, Essembly, and Sonicare. Thanks to everyone who discovered, shared, and celebrated new tripleverbs. (This post was originally found at http://log.ometer.com/2006-01.html#1)

Diagnosing the tech industry

According to an an article in today’s paper Clayton Christensen took a stand for design over megapixel in last month’s Harvard Business Review. I’ll have to find a copy. Harvard Business School professor Clayton M. Christensen is trying to shake up the marketing establishment with a deceptively simple proposition that flies in the face of […]