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Don’t Give Up on a Great Idea Just Because It Seems Obvious

Sometimes the best innovations are intuitive. That’s actually OK. Think more about what would make a difference in the problem you see, and less about whether or not “must have been solved because it’s obvious.”

There is beauty in simplicity.

See more about this topic in this is great article from Harvard Business Review:


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Clueless Companies Can’t Cope

I’m home sick today, so I’m a natural captive audience for free movies, or so I thought.

I was half-watching a movie on Crackle (Sony) on an iPad, and the “preach to the converted” ads for new RIM products were repeated so many times that, frankly, I lost count and I barely managed to finish the movie. The ads, that were amateurish at best, we’re repeated so many times that it made the product offerings look cheesy and irrelevant.