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§ How to foster creativity by suggesting the worst possible idea: McDonald's Theory :
I use a trick with co-workers when we're trying to decide where to eat for lunch and no one has any ideas. I recommend McDonald's.
An interesting thing happens. Everyone unanimously agrees that we can't possibly go to McDonald's, and better lunch suggestions emerge. Magic!
…which makes three-fifths of its parent company's U.S. profits, is assuming that its audience likes sleeping in (having of course eaten their Fourthmeal the night before), and will serve breakfast between 8 or 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. — a later window than McDonald's, which totally owns the breakfast market. Screw this; we're sticking with bagels. source
…the code-quality equivalent of the "healthy eating continuum". In brief: If you take the McDonald's approach and ship shit then you satisfy that need in the short-term. But you'll feel the effects in the long-term. Your code will be harder to maintain and need more attention later. It won't have a long and healthy life.
I know there have been several times when we just *had* to ship *something*... no matter the guilt I felt at the poor quality that was going out the …
McDonald's Arch Deluxe
McDonald's came up with Arch Deluxe in 1996 and marketed it as a "burger with grown-up taste." The burger was marketed as being more sophisticated and gourmet, and McDonald's invested millions of dollars in advertising it. What did they miss? The simple fact that a usual customer went to McDonald's for speed and reliability, not a gourmet meal.
Heinz EZ Squirt
Ever wished that your condiments came in purple and green? Neither …
controversial article stating five reasons of why he would not buy stock. Duff talks about how Facebook's $ 50 billion valuation number is inflated, how most of us are in the dark about their stats and numbers, and how it's tough to justify a $ 50 billion market capitalization through banner ads. We are curious - would you buy Facebook stock?McDonald published a
I'm generally on the side of Warren Buffet (and common sense) in these matters. …
…Asian, but too close to home; going there felt like flying to "Canadian Ivies" Western and (where my sister did her undergrad), were popular choices with those Asian students who wanted to work both sides of the cultural divide. I led an experience more akin to Harold and Kumar than Long Duk Dong , but still majored in computer science. Crazy Go Nuts University…and eating at McDonald's. Queen's, and for that matter, the other