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June 19, 2014 at 10:43pm
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Welcome iPhone 6
It’s almost as impressive at the Apple IIc
Mr. Jobs my hat goes off to you

Welcome iPhone 6

It’s almost as impressive at the Apple IIc

Mr. Jobs my hat goes off to you

April 28, 2014 at 3:54am
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Levitation
Friends, this is not a usual post about the need for designers to sublimate to the higher authority of the MBA alpha operator, but something much deeper; today’s post is about witchcraft. 
"Spit" you say, "witch craft?"
yes, witchcraft.
Witchcraft explains how these vehicles defy all known physics.
There is no doubt these vehicle have been invaded by some kind of woodland-based spirits or perhaps even corn-based, high-octane low energy-density kind of spirits. And there is also little to no doubt these vehicles also possess some kind of compression hardware; exhaust powered most likely- or belt powered.
Go forward with a healthy fear of compressed wood-based spirits.
See you on Sunday
qualifying on Saturday
xxoo
Spit

Levitation

Friends, this is not a usual post about the need for designers to sublimate to the higher authority of the MBA alpha operator, but something much deeper; today’s post is about witchcraft. 

"Spit" you say, "witch craft?"

yes, witchcraft.

Witchcraft explains how these vehicles defy all known physics.

There is no doubt these vehicle have been invaded by some kind of woodland-based spirits or perhaps even corn-based, high-octane low energy-density kind of spirits. And there is also little to no doubt these vehicles also possess some kind of compression hardware; exhaust powered most likely- or belt powered.

Go forward with a healthy fear of compressed wood-based spirits.

See you on Sunday

qualifying on Saturday

xxoo

Spit

March 5, 2014 at 12:35am
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Real Art
Should be created in a three piece suit, with a shotgun, in Lawrence Kansas, with a bountiful ROI.
There is no need for these art-school dropouts with their bronzes, oils and naked performances; I know I used to be one of them.
Now as a designer/MBA Alpha I understand the priorities of life and todays society is simply not aligned with that ‘art’ world as we know it.
What more does one need beyond a piece of plywood, a can of left-over spray paint and a few Federal Premium 12 ga rounds to create true art.
These pieces of fine art will sell for top-dollar and be a mighty fine investment for years to come.
Now where did I put that apple…

Real Art

Should be created in a three piece suit, with a shotgun, in Lawrence Kansas, with a bountiful ROI.

There is no need for these art-school dropouts with their bronzes, oils and naked performances; I know I used to be one of them.

Now as a designer/MBA Alpha I understand the priorities of life and todays society is simply not aligned with that ‘art’ world as we know it.

What more does one need beyond a piece of plywood, a can of left-over spray paint and a few Federal Premium 12 ga rounds to create true art.

These pieces of fine art will sell for top-dollar and be a mighty fine investment for years to come.

Now where did I put that apple…

March 4, 2014 at 12:32am
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Overrated
Innovations are not always good for business. Sure seat belts save lives and provide for the eventual return of a customer. But the cost of all that safety research far outweighs the benefits of saving a few customers (who obviously don’t know how to use your product).
The true Alpha MBA innovator is thinking of ways to increase share-holder value not innovating around the survivability of end-users.
'Don't be evil' to your wallet.
Onward!

Overrated

Innovations are not always good for business. Sure seat belts save lives and provide for the eventual return of a customer. But the cost of all that safety research far outweighs the benefits of saving a few customers (who obviously don’t know how to use your product).

The true Alpha MBA innovator is thinking of ways to increase share-holder value not innovating around the survivability of end-users.

'Don't be evil' to your wallet.

Onward!

January 31, 2014 at 9:50pm
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Be the Alpha MBA operator and follow directions

Be the Alpha MBA operator and follow directions

December 20, 2013 at 4:31pm
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Only an MBA could have created such a badass rocket

Rocket scientists think they know everything, but I’m here to tell you most MBA graduates have more alpha knowledge in one Cole-Haan than an entire control room full of scientist-guys. And the MBA boys aren’t afraid to tell everyone what we think and how they should do their job.

My guess is that those scientist-guys were sublimated into awesomeness by even more awesome MBA leadership.

I just hope no one went over budget.

Thunderbirds are GOOOO!

December 2, 2013 at 4:58pm
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Be Happy
You’re back from the gluttony of turkey-day and the cold slap of reality meets you at the office door: It’s review time. Keep that smile on and your list of outstanding accomplishments at the ready.
Most of you should be dropping neatly into that top-20%-tier ranking of ‘outstanding’. Because as we learned in MBA school only one-fifth of any group could possibly perform at the outstanding level. Never 5% and certainly never 50%.
But remember, if your design did not turn a profit within one quarter you are ripe for the bottom 10% and your very own, custom designed PIP.
And the rest of you, the 70% lump of mediocrity, will simply have to stew in your bile of sameness. You excuse-for-designers need to consider an MBA and now. The MBA program will shape you into a winner, an Alpha performer, who will lead design into the next three months with vim and vigor. Competition will be your lifeblood, expertness at everything your mantra; no more 70%- you’ll be a twenty-percenter from here on out.
Now get into that conference room and turn off that cell phone, unless you’re with Sprint in which case you don’t have a signal anyway.
good luck
xxoo
Spit 

Be Happy

You’re back from the gluttony of turkey-day and the cold slap of reality meets you at the office door: It’s review time. Keep that smile on and your list of outstanding accomplishments at the ready.

Most of you should be dropping neatly into that top-20%-tier ranking of ‘outstanding’. Because as we learned in MBA school only one-fifth of any group could possibly perform at the outstanding level. Never 5% and certainly never 50%.

But remember, if your design did not turn a profit within one quarter you are ripe for the bottom 10% and your very own, custom designed PIP.

And the rest of you, the 70% lump of mediocrity, will simply have to stew in your bile of sameness. You excuse-for-designers need to consider an MBA and now. The MBA program will shape you into a winner, an Alpha performer, who will lead design into the next three months with vim and vigor. Competition will be your lifeblood, expertness at everything your mantra; no more 70%- you’ll be a twenty-percenter from here on out.

Now get into that conference room and turn off that cell phone, unless you’re with Sprint in which case you don’t have a signal anyway.

good luck

xxoo

Spit 

November 8, 2013 at 2:03am
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Contrast:
The idea of contrast is an important design tip when thinking about anything from typography to how you dress yourselves (pay attention here all you engineers).
Contrast is the play of lightness vs. darkness and the striking effect you can create from the differences. This young man has a firm grasp of the idea. His striking red paint contrasts nicely with the white tile wall of that…room.
The idea of contrast can apply to almost any situation. Make the most of it and let your design savvy shine!
now be a warrior and get out there and use contrast!

xxoo
Spit

Contrast:

The idea of contrast is an important design tip when thinking about anything from typography to how you dress yourselves (pay attention here all you engineers).

Contrast is the play of lightness vs. darkness and the striking effect you can create from the differences. This young man has a firm grasp of the idea. His striking red paint contrasts nicely with the white tile wall of that…room.

The idea of contrast can apply to almost any situation. Make the most of it and let your design savvy shine!

now be a warrior and get out there and use contrast!

xxoo

Spit

November 4, 2013 at 10:16pm
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How I Win Races
When I roll the Hodaka onto the track it’s imperative I have an edge. Like I share a good halibut casserole recipe I am now sharing one of my deepest, darkest secrets to how I win on Sundays.
Kept under lock and key in the Winnebago until needed, this secret ingredient is particularly effective in two-strokes.

win on Sunday sell on Monday

Spit

How I Win Races

When I roll the Hodaka onto the track it’s imperative I have an edge. Like I share a good halibut casserole recipe I am now sharing one of my deepest, darkest secrets to how I win on Sundays.

Kept under lock and key in the Winnebago until needed, this secret ingredient is particularly effective in two-strokes.

win on Sunday sell on Monday

Spit

October 25, 2013 at 4:53pm
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Second Place is Not Good Enough
This young lad appears to be smugly satisfied with his second place finish. The way he brandishes his results makes me uncomfortable. Obviously he needs some training-up in the Alpha-Arts via a fine MBA program.
Failure does not produce winners. Ask any successful MBA man and they will tell you to optimize quarterly returns one must hit the home run on the first pitch. Failure does not provide share-holder value.
I do give him credit for his fine design sense in choosing a stylish one-piece leisure-outfit, with trendy stripey things.
I believe this young man is destined for failure, archery in France excepted.
xxoo

Spit

Second Place is Not Good Enough

This young lad appears to be smugly satisfied with his second place finish. The way he brandishes his results makes me uncomfortable. Obviously he needs some training-up in the Alpha-Arts via a fine MBA program.

Failure does not produce winners. Ask any successful MBA man and they will tell you to optimize quarterly returns one must hit the home run on the first pitch. Failure does not provide share-holder value.

I do give him credit for his fine design sense in choosing a stylish one-piece leisure-outfit, with trendy stripey things.

I believe this young man is destined for failure, archery in France excepted.

xxoo

Spit