OK, this is going to be a fine line. The “link” included at the end of this post is to a publicly retrievable photograph on someone else’s web page, on Facebook to be precise. The photographer states (read it at … Continue reading
The Rock began in a tool room in the back of Bebop’s garage. It was three backyards and two fences from mine. The first addition was two wooden “bunks” mounted to the wall studs. With Bebop’s direction — it was … Continue reading
Customers will buy your product (or service) if they think it will help.
If your product has many features, they will use those parts that help. And they will ignore those that don’t. They won’t tell you what is and isn’t helpful. They are, after all, focused on their problems, not yours.
When customers don’t complain, either your product is perfect, or it has been abandoned. Which is more likely?
When customers complain, it’s because they are blocked but think your product has the solution. Your product is in the right place. They think you are essential.
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As indoor ranges go, this one has what’s important: excellent ventilation and a reasonable price. The 618 Airport Rd address is predictably next to Oceanside’s tiny airport. Skydivers were alternately being ferried up and parachuting down when I arrived about … Continue reading
The deadlock is an intentional feature of the US Constitution. This is supposed to happen when the government becomes heavily divided — it is supposed to stop so that the people — that’s you and me — have the time … Continue reading
Years ago I was in Eindhoven in The Netherlands. One evening after work I was in the hotel sauna relaxing. There was another gentleman there reading the newspaper. As is the custom, neither of us had on a stitch so … Continue reading
As the Kenya Mall savagery continues, the world will soon again ask how such events can be prevented. Gun control is the common first answer. “If they don’t have guns, they can’t butcher so many, so fast.” But most realize … Continue reading