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It's a good thing someone is doing this. Most of humanity appears to
like to do it the slow and stupid way, usually from a lack of
imagination but sometimes from a lack of innate intelligence. They need
leaders to keep them on track, because otherwise, they'll drag all of
us into their quagmire of 3mph thinking and simplistic solutions.
--- Richard Lewis <tech44writer -at- yahoo -dot- com> wrote:
> Where I work, there is a tremendous need to do things better. I
> drive change. I introduce new ways of doing things and gradually
> pursuade others, including my PM of my methods.
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