Software and Innovative Thinking

Wed, Apr 18, 2012 - 5:07am -- Isaac Sukin

Tonight my roommate, who is British, turned to me and said,

The way I learned to think about problems in the U.K. is different than how Americans think about problems. When confronted with a task, I think first about the obstacles and how to overcome them. Americans seem to first identify the ideal solution and then consider what revisions may need to be made to make that solution realistic.

No, Email Really Is Broken (and here's how to fix it)

Sun, Apr 15, 2012 - 10:00pm -- Isaac Sukin

First: stop thinking about this from a technical perspective. The problem and solution are not about how we build new protocols. That's just implementation, and as fun as it is to talk about that, nobody cares about your implementation. It only matters that it works and makes people's lives a little less painful.

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