I never trust anyone who's more excited about success than about doing the thing they want to be successful at.
Tuesday, March 29, 2011
Sunday, March 13, 2011
In today's WashingtonPost, Barry Ritholz gets right to one of my pet peeves.
Like Ritholz, I have no problem with people who earn massive amounts of money. What irks me is when risks and rewards are disconnected so people get rewarded for stupid risks or for lighting the fuse on a catastrophic bomb. These disconnects create flaws in the free market system that should be addressed.
I've been a slacker.
Call it the Droid Effect. I used to use my laptop to read (and thus write) quite a bit online. Now, my online reading is done on my phone. I like the convenience, but I haven't been able to blog from my phone... until now.
Google has released Blogger for Android, so I'll try it out. I hope this does good things for my ability to post more frequently.