The Trail leads to Rumsfeld - A Congressional report tracks the authorization for use of harsh interrogation techniques by the military (not CIA) directly to Defense Secretary Rumsfeld.
Want to Innovate?- The according to Amar Bhide, you better develop a system to support it (not just ad hoc) and break the system into intermediate stages. Tom Peters gives us the idea.
AT&T’s Addiction - Om Malik gives fascinating insight into Apple’s exclusive relationship with AT&T for the IPhone. How about this number - in the last quarter “73 percent of (AT&T’s) total net new subscribers, came … because of Apple’s iPhone.” How about that for leverage?
Just for fun
Going to Amsterdam? Tom Peters recommends staying at the Pullitzer Hotel. And in the comments to Tom’s post you will see two restaurant recommendations.
The Rhone Ranger Gets Philosophical- Randall Graham has had one of the most fun careers you can imagine as a wine maker. His jokes in naming wine are legendary - like “Clos de Gilroy”. Now he has decided he wants to make really good wine. Gulp! But will it be fun too?