Tanenbaum's advice for building product, networks, and living life. - thoughts: Tanenbaum’s advice for building product, networks, and living life.
The title is a bit misleading, technically it is Andrew Tanenbaum’s and David Wetherall’s adaption of RFC 1958. Furthermore it is simply their thoughts on�appropriate�principles to designing a�successful�network protocol.
However, I believe their synopsis can be taken in a more general sense and applied to building�successful�products and even contains some life lessons.
Interpret as you’d like, and without further ado…
Thursday, March 29, 2012
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Teller Reveals His Secrets | Arts & Culture | Smithsonian Magazine: I think you’ll see what I mean if I teach you a few principles magicians employ when they want to alter your perceptions.