Drew Mattke - Professional Technical Designer
 
 
2005-08-30
 

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Another random topic to come here.
Maybe we'll talk about the strangely dream-like world of Kafka and how his Castle so reminds me of working for a certain large company whose name shall go unmentioned in this article.

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2005-08-30
 

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Innovation vs Comfort of legacy systems
A while back, a friend of mine recounted to me a nugget of wisdom from an old client who said, "you know what 'legacy system' means to me? It means that it works."...

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Web not innovating on pace with consumer expectations?

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Technologists have charged through a lot of innovation and "progress" over the years, but it does seem like we're leaving a lot of money on the table in terms of unrealized leverage of available technology.

 

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Another Random Access article.
Contact juggling is a dextrous manipulation of crystal spheres that is positively mesmorizing to watch and nearly impossible to do well.

 

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Flex your web application

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Flex is Adobe's development framework for building Rich Internet Applications (RIA) and making the web a better place for interaction. So goes the theory.

 

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Creativity can solve almost any problem. The creative act, the defeat of habit by orginality, overcomes everything.
— George Lois
     
                         
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