- Are You Trustworthy? | Copyblogger - I used to drive one of my editors crazy because I always had to cover all the bases in my writing. I still tend in that direction but it's moderated these days.
- Presentation Zen: Learning slide design from an IKEA billboard - I can think of a number of IT vendors who would do well to read this.
- F|R: What Startups Can Learn From Billy “Moneyball” Beane - GigaOM - "Trust your data. Even when your intuition suggests otherwise. You have to have the courage and conviction to trust your data, and act on it, Nelson says. If your data says spending money on conferences like CES or Web 2.0 Summit does not convert to sales, don’t go — no matter how important you think it is to be seen at such events." I used to work for someone who was always deeply skeptical about all these trade shows that everyone said we had to attend.
- Latency is Everywhere and it Costs You Sales - How to Crush it | High Scalability - Nice piece on latency.
Monday, August 25, 2008
Posted by Gordon Haff at 2:06 PM