- How Trello is different – Joel on Software
The great horizontal killer applications are actually just fancy data structures.
Spreadsheets are not just tools for doing “what-if” analysis. They provide a specific data structure: a table. Most Excel users never enter a formula. They use Excel when they need a table. The gridlines are the most important feature of Excel, not recalc.
Word processors are not just tools for writing books, reports, and letters. They provide a specific data structure: lines of text which automatically wrap and split into pages.
PowerPoint is not just a tool for making boring meetings. It provides a specific data structure: an array of full-screen images.
- Three Star Leadership Blog: Moral FogEveryone gets caught in the fog during their life. That’s when you need something to help you get your bearings, the way instruments work for a pilot.
You can shore up your moral sense in lots of ways. Reading, reflection, and prayer work for me. But when the fog is dense and you’re totally turned around or flipped over you need something more, something outside yourself.
When you’re in the fog you need people who love you enough to help you get right.
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