“Originality often consists in linking up ideas whose connection was not previously suspected.”
(Source: , via explore-blog)
I’m currently road tripping throughout Europe. From Vienna to Brussels via Germany in a van. Right now in Germany, on data roaming on the iPhone sharing with a hotspot on the iPad while writing this brief post, reading Instapaper and Twitter.
I love technology.
“Lazaridis, who shifted from circuit boards to pagers to BlackBerrys, continually reexamined the original mystery and sought out new mysteries as well. “In a business,” he says, “no matter how good the process is, no matter how much you’ve got it down pat, no matter how much money you’re making, how efficient, you have to always go back and say `Is there something fundamentally wrong with the way we’re seeing the market? Are we dealing with incomplete information?’ Because that’s what’s going to get you: it’s not necessarily that some young whippersnapper’s going to come up with some better idea than you. They’re going to start from a different premise and they’re going to come to a different conclusion that makes you irrelevant”
Amazon Kindle: The Design of Business: Why Design Thinking is the Next Competitive Advantage (via ninakix)