First and second class art forms, too much or too little focus, and initial accusations against the accreditation industry.
In this week's post Cooper and Marx up the ante. Things are not as they are being presented.
The bones of the world are still gray and soft.
This is God's country.
All the moisture is frozen out of the air.
He's been getting pretty good at describing his own work in the third person.
This is how we end up with enterprise systems like Blackboard and Banner that are total shit.
What a great read, regardless of your mobile OS persuasion.
You can either spend a lot on marketing or slowly build a base of fans.
Listen to Brian Newman.
I was going to write something about the Xbox One, but JJ covered what I was thinking and said it better.
Ditto this, times 1000 for movies.
"How much should I charge?"
If only anyone a.) knew the real answer to that question, and if they did b.) was willing to share it. I'm certainly not blaming Blumer here, I think his post is as close as you can get... the "how much" question is equal parts red herring and mystery, infinite and unanswerable.
"The decision of when to be bold is a nuanced one." —Seth Godin
I am reminded of the aphorism attributed to Mencken: "For every complex problem there is a simple answer that also happens to be wrong."