Friday, weeknote. This week has gone fast. Aitor came back from Copenhagen on monday full of energy and new ideas. We still have to talk about this new stuff but since our to-do list is pretty big we’re still finding the right moment.
Meanwhile we’ve been working with Bazaar and Verkami to catch up with their latest needs. Development, support, some feature design and preparing a few projects’ proposal filled up the rest of our time this week.
And now my recommendation for the weekend. I must admit that I didn’t know who Clay Christensen was until 37s’ Jason Fried mentioned him yesterday. I fully agree with the idea of being ready to ask questions so I googled him. Apparently he is pretty famous.
His last book is titled How will you measure your life and it looks so interesting that I’ve already added it to my reading list. I’ve also found (via Des Traynor) a talk from last June’s TEDxBoston about the ideas it contains and I encourage you to check it out. Ignore the religious cognotations if you don’t feel confortable with them, the core message is pretty good:
And that’s all. Good things, when short, are twice as good. Ironically, bad things too.
Have a great weekend.