Tuesday, February 05, 2008

How Not to Deal With an Epiphany

If you suddenly connect many different strands of thought and figure out a wonderful new idea while standing on the podium as part of a panel discussion at a conference, don't try to explain it right then and there. It doesn't work as well as you may think.

It's been extremely crazy here since I got back from Toronto late Saturday evening, but I will definitely posts some notes about top technology trends, cable-driven cranes, and the collapse of Bethlehem Steel, but it may be a few days.


jrochkind said...

But DO try to explain it on your blog later.

What, you're not going to tell us what your epiphany was?

David J. Fiander said...

Yes, I am going to tell you all about it. And it was, in fact, about technology trends, cable-driven cranes, and the failure of Bethlehem steel.