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.


Jonathan Rochkind 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.