Would you use (and/or pay for) a service that used image recognition to add tags to your photos you post on your website?
(This would basically be a service that enables automatic tagging similar to Flickr's automatic tagging)
"All organizations are merely conceptual embodiments of a very old, very basic idea -- the idea of community. They can be no more or less than the sum of the beliefs of the people drawn to them; of their character, judgments, acts, and efforts," Hock says. "An organization's success has enormously more to do with clarity of a shared purpose, common principles and strength of belief in them than to assets, expertise, operating ability, or management competence, important as they may be."
When it gets personal, the only people who win are the lawyers.
HP agreed to pre-load Apple’s iTunes music software and store into its personal computers. This was a hugely valuable concession. Apple had only recently begun to push this key software into the Windows world. Millions of HP/Compaq customers would instantly become part of Apple’s entertainment ecosystem.
X is a Y which/for Z. It’s for V. Replace X with your product name. Replace Y with one of the choices: If it’s something on your computer, it’s a “program” > or “application”. If it needs WWW, and I need a browser for it, it’s a “service” It it needs both, it’s a “solution” or “environment” (and perhaps a > service too) If it needs hardware, it’s a “platform” or an “infrastructure” Replace Z with a short sentence which must have one of the verbs: Build Test Deploy etc. Replace V with your potential customer name. So let’s try: X = Docker Y = Solution Z = Sandboxing programs V = Developers and sysadmins. Result: Docker is an environment for sandboxing programs. It’s for developers and sysadmins.
I’ve spoken to hundreds of leaders and managers as we’ve started Lighthouse and one common pattern we’ve found is somewhere around 25 employees, everything breaks.