An essay from Paul Graham resonates with me. Titled “the Power of the Marginal” it talks about where change in society comes from and why small things often change the world. Thanks to Rick Segal who emailed this to me this morning. I see over on his blog that he did a little experiment with a toilet seat to prove a point to developers. I love Rick. Always thinking outside the box. Or, in this case, off the throne. 😉
Day: July 16, 2006
Schlomo stole my videoblogging business plan
Schlomo, you’re a funny guy, but you stole my videologger business plan and I want it back! Heheh. By the way, how is the beer funding plan going? It’s on the Internet so I wouldn’t be suprised to learn that you bought a few beers tonight with your vlogging proposal.
Those of you who don’t know Schlomo, he’s the guy who started vloggercon. Maybe I’ll just skip all the intermediaries and buy him a beer and video that and pocket the Google ad dollars we’ll probably get from the beer companies. 🙂
Hope your weekend was great!
My Microsoft replacement
I missed this during the media storm when I quit, but I think it’s funny that Microsoft aggregates
all some Microsoft employee blogs into a page with this URL: Roboscoble.com. Heheh. Thanks to Cybernetnews for pointing that out.