“There is a splinter of ice in the heart of a writer. I watched and listened. There was something which one day I might need: the woman speaking, uttering the banalities she must have remembered from some woman’s magazine, a genuine grief that could communicate only in clichés.”, Graham Greene.
“What do they know of cricket who only cricket know?“, C.L.R. James
“If Google can do it, why can’t you?” Anonymous
“At its worst, enterprise software is a straight-jacket. A straight-jacket that you buy, or a straight-jacket that you build.” My cynical twin
“We shape our buildings: thereafter they shape us.”, Winston Churchill
“In fact, I estimate that low intranet usability costs the world $100 billion per year in lost employee productivity.”, Jakob Nielsen
You can read the history of an enterprise's political struggles in its system architecture.
— Michael Nygard (@mtnygard) May 8, 2013