An archive of quotes & quips. On-the-fly isms of interest. Certain things—said or heard—seem to "stick" or mean something, to me at least.
Five people in a room for an hour isn’t a one hour meeting, it’s a five hour meeting.
In this atmosphere, the term startup has been narrowed to describe the pursuit of total business domination.
Choosing to be boring via Reconsider
In writing you must kill all your darlings.
The rule for most writers via How to Edit your Own Writing
I have made this longer than usual because I have not had time to make it shorter.
Overwriting is a bigger problem than underwriting via How to Edit your Own Writing
Never use a long word when a short one will do
Overuse of jargon and business speak via How to Edit your Own Writing
We love to think that things are static, and nothing's static. And there's nothing sadder than someone who doesn't recognise they're not static anymore.
You can’t have a garage startup if the garage costs a million bucks.
On San Fransisco’s disconnection. Melting from the inside. Losing its culture. Tales of Silicon Valley (Ep Hello San Francisco).
You’re assigning a degree of confidence to your lack of personal knowledge'
On Bayesian Probability. Joe Rogan (Ep #1352 1:13:25).
Adults ruin everything.
I call it... Nocturnal writing.
Open minded to the value of human error.
Every artist, every human being has a little bit of genius in them.
Something to was told by JayZ Joe Rogan (Ep #1370 30:27).
Start with the lunatic that you’re sittin’ in right now.
First to go will be large energy demanding oganisms.