Just talked to like the hundredth Service-Now customer gushing about how awesome that company is. It's freaky. Need to find some angry ones.Our customers love our product and they love our company. Both of those things are conscious objectives, and striving for them is deeply engrained in the company's culture. We worked hard, in effect, to get that tweet!
Friday, November 5, 2010
One reason I'm so excited about working at Service-now.com is nicely summed up in this tweet by Matt Stansberry, a reporter for TechTarget:
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Antikythera Mechanism Replica...
Antikythera mechanism, and even added some new functions to it. There are many photos of it here and here, and her home page (with the many other mechanisms she's built) is here. Fascinating!
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Labels: Antikythera Mechanism, Engineering
I've posted before about the importance of this year's election results to the redistricting process about to take place (because of the 2010 census and the population shifts it records). Here's two other people thinking about the same thing...
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A “No” Vote...
Well, that's refreshing!
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Peggy Noonan has an interesting column up at the WSJ, well worth your time to read. The column covers several issues related to Tuesday's election, and concludes with this:
Here is an old tradition badly in need of return: You have to earn your way into politics. You should go have a life, build a string of accomplishments, then enter public service. And you need actual talent: You have to be able to bring people in and along. You can't just bully them, you can't just assert and taunt, you have to be able to persuade.
Americans don't want, as their representatives, people who seem empty or crazy. They'll vote no on that.
It's not just the message, it's the messenger.
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Deep Impact Zooms Past Comet Hartley 2...
the story and there's the images. It's already been dubbed the “Space Peanut”. Robotic space explorers strike yet again, delivering more solid science in this brief encounter than the ISS has done over its lifetime. Oh, and that was for 0.2% of the money...
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Labels: Deep Impact, Hartley 2
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