Be nice. Or else.
who really ought to be working right now Joined over 4 years ago via an invitation from Allan G.
Same here! Same color even. :)
With no mention of NextStep ... about four years ahead of Windows 95, but three years behind the Atari example.
I had these made a few years ago at a place called Shinebox Print that specialized in these little booklets. They work great, and always get a little "hey I like your cards" when you do the little ceremony of tearing one out for someone.
Shinebox Print sadly went out of business. I wonder what I'm gonna have to do when I run out of these. :(
You might find a match here: http://uk.heyavailable.com/
Very periods. Such desk. Much stretch. Wow.
Sync.com. A fully-encrypted, zero-knowledge Dropbox? Yes please.
I find myself strategically using the "too busy" response out of politeness. Cheap zombie client returning from the past? Cropping and resizing 20,000 JPEGs? Sorry -- "I'm booked with work just now." It's a lot easier (and it feels nicer) than saying "pff, I don't want to do that."
This is why having a good network of people you can refer work to is important. Refer the good clients (in cases where you are, maybe, genuinely, too busy) to your talented friends. Refer the terrible clients to colleagues you don't like. ;)
The flattering co-founder, or the complementary co-founder?