O tempora, o mores!
“ [The fermata] It is a mark from the composer to the conductor: Hold the pause as long as you like.
When we finally have the attention of an audience, our instinct is to rush. Attention is precious, please don’t stare, okay, I’m hurrying, there, I’m done.
It doesn’t have to work that way.
If you’ve got something to say, say it. Slowly. With effect. The audience isn’t going anywhere. At least not the people you care about.
No, don’t waste their time. Yes, handle your message with the respect it deserves.
If you have to rush to say it, it might not be worth saying. ”
Vista la brutta sorpresa dell’altro giorno, la soluzione è stata passare a Xubuntu.
“ At $45 retail, we will probably start to see tablets become giveaways. Open a checking account and get a tablet with your bank’s app preloaded. Sign up for an insurance policy or a stock-trading account, get a tablet to submit claims or day-trade. To be clear, I do not think we are moving to a world of single-purpose devices. Quite the opposite. But I do think the market will now support a lot of experimentation around services built on top of cheap tablets. ”
The full article is totally worth reading!
Consiglio anche la lettura del libro di Seth Godin da cui sono tratti i concetti espressi nella presentazione.
Poi ci si domanda perché in Italia non funziona…
Da fan di Calvin & Hobbes, non ho potuto non apprezzare l’idea di un sequel, anche se non “ufficiale”…
Le immagini le ho trovate qui.