METHOD AND SYSTEM TO BOND, OR INTEGRATE TIGHTLY, SOFTWARE TO HARDWARE, SOFTWARE TO OTHER SOFTWARE, HARDWARE TO OTHER HARDWARE, AND THE RESULT OF ANY BONDED COMBINATIONS TO ADDITIONAL SOFTWARE OR ADDITIONAL HARDWARE.



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Learning from the Rabbit how not to be a Fox

by Lor3nzo on February 19, 2010

Learning from the Rabbit how not to be a Fox

A zen master and his student were watching a fox chase a rabbit.

The Zen Master said, “who will win?”

The student replied, “Master, of course the fox will win, he is much faster than the rabbit and has sharp teeth.”

“No” replied the master. “The rabbit will win. The fox is running for a meal. The rabbit is running for his life.”

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{Image by Le Petit Poulailler}

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Movies for Entrepreneurs: Sketches of Frank Gehry

February 8, 2010

A must watch for any entrepreneur, entrepreneur-in-the-making, student in any school, marketers . . . . anyone in business. Most valuable if you are NOT an architect, this movie is less about architecture (the WHAT), and more about digging down inside the self (the WHY) in order to “open the floodgates“, and unleash what’s inside […]

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About the truth . . .

February 8, 2010
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Seth Godin’s best, just for you, and everyone else who's willing to listen.

May 1, 2009

Don’t forget to take action! Seth’s best blog posts from the last 2 years #1 Vote Up Vote Down The secret of the web (hint: it’s a virtue) Seth Godin’s riffs on marketing, respect, and the ways ideas spread.19 points #2 Vote Up Vote Down You should write an ebook Seth Godin’s riffs on marketing, […]

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WHAT HOW WHY

December 31, 2008

There’s a conspiracy of misinformation and half truths, one of them is the quote: “It’s not about you, it’s about the people that you choose to surround yourself with”. I believe consultants must have come up with this quote. It’s not wrong, it’s just that it is a 1/2 truth, for TWO main reasons: Finding, […]

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Is running a business a bit like cooking?

December 29, 2008

What does it take to run a business? What does it take to cook? Could it be that the principles of one (running a business) are the same as the other (cooking)? On one side we have David Becker, an accomplished chef and Author of Sweet Basil ; a cookbook of recipes that used in […]

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Learning, not in school. Working, not a job. Discovering life-work integration?

December 3, 2008

Someone said: If you think education is expensive, try ignorance. If you are reading this article, you must in the business world. And if you an entrepreneur (or an entrepreneur-in-the-making), trying to navigate the uncharted waters ahead of you, you’ve left the safety of land behind you long time ago, and you are now the […]

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How to solve it

November 24, 2008

Being an entrepreneur can be reduced to solving problems, issues and situations that arise (tactics), and the business per se is a meta-situation, where the entrepreneur is faced with a non-liner complex situation, looking for the innovative solution delivering value to its potential audience that will become the business. What is there was a general […]

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Meet Entrepreneurs from the world over, and re-think your view of non-profits

October 31, 2008

What a great idea! Fun, viral, and for a good cause, do it yourself and see how it feels to wear a beard, or wear someone else’s beard! And as you get busy photoshopping a beard on you (I used GIMP), take a look at Kiva.org, and how they make it possible that you can […]

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