This week, Dave and Gunnar talk about Pudding 'n Airplanes, Penguins 'n Space, Parkinson's 'n Chickens, Printing 'n 3D, and IMAP.
This year, I've been on over a 120 airplanes and travelled nearly 100,000 miles. I am on a first-name basis with gate agents. It's been like this for the last seven years. I am perversely proud of it. Here's what I've learned. Marry Your Vendors Don't spread your love around like a strumpet. Pick an … Continue reading How to Travel Like a Neurotic Pro
"Actually, the 1965 Moore's Law seems to be a special case of Wright's Law, spelled out by Theodore P. Wright in a 1936 paper, 'Factors affecting the costs of airplanes.' In fact, Wright's Law seems to describe technological evolution a bit better than Moore's – not just in electronics, but in dozens of industries." [via … Continue reading Wright’s Law Beats Moore’s Law