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Reconnaissance Should Happen Long Before Body Count

Screenshot of PDC’s interactive map services For anyone who has listened to me bloviate about baseline Covid-19 data gathering, and the need to employ cell phones in the effort, it appears to be happening at last:  https://www.cbc.ca/news/business/apple-google-smartphone-covid-19-1.5529407 Thank Jonathan Yen for bringing it to my attention.  You’ll all enjoy my silence on the matter now. The…
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6. Sooner or later, a brilliant idea will stall if the boring fundamentals of structures and systems are wrong.

We’ve got a client, whose name I won’t mention (other than to say that it’s the acronym for Artists Know It’s Necessary), that acquires, outfits, manages, services, and programs space for artists.  They create studios in places and prices that would otherwise be inaccessible, and they do it in a manner that makes artists feel…
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“And my grown-up was glad to know such a reasonable person”

This week, NetGain became a bit like that poor hat / snake in the first couple of pages of the Little Prince: But instead of a childlike rendering of an elephant swallowed by a snake, NetGain’s office is actually bulging with three extra interns!  It’s a happy acquisition to be sure–one that will sustain us…
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