When we have good ideas, we should treat them with the urgency of a news scoop. Otherwise, we risk letting our competitors get there first. A year and a half ago, Andrew Phelps presented his bosses with a tool he developed: an automated, visual homepage of the day’s report. Editors were enthusiastic, but there was no structure to support the initiative and after several months he gave up. More than a year later, an identical feature appeared on The Washington Post website. Immediately, the New York Times business side put out a request for a designer or developer interested in building a visual homepage.
cny is over. or at least the first week of it is over. ate another whole lot of crap, despite having had only two visitations, fml. dread packing…
gosh, so freaking tired, zzz.
on my grand day off today, in order to avoid starting on the work i know is waiting for me, i ended up cleaning my room, changing the bedsheets,…