Any landing you can walk away from is a good one…

… this one is particularly good. From the Herald yesterday Battered pilot Bob Robertson waits in shock for rescuers to cut him free from his plane after it disintegrated around him. The 34-year-old had a miraculous escape after his 1960s light plane lost power and crashed on to a motorway. Firefighters had to cut Bob … More Any landing you can walk away from is a good one…

Melbourne Day 1

Got into Melbourne around 6pm on Sunday night. Immediately I noticed the infrastructure. They actually have a motorway that goes from the airport to the city without have to drive through the suburbs, unlike Auckland! Secondly I noticed the architecture, both old and modern. It is astounding and visually cool. Yesterday I caught the train … More Melbourne Day 1

RFID tags

There are a lot more issues for supply chain companies that are looking at implementing RFID into their process than just the cost of the tag. They need to consider investment in technology, current system integration, and the bandwidth to handle huge volumes of tags in one spot (like a truck driving through a entrance, … More RFID tags

A wise life?

When you boil it all down, this is what you've got.… You can live a wasted life.… Or you can live a wise life. Getting There – Steve Farrar (Pg 11)

Getting on board

In response to the question "How long would an executive last who didn't agree with where the organization was headed?" the answers range from days to minutes. – Less is more (pg 31)

Grafism

Grafism (Gr' af 'ism) – noun Used to describe someone with one or more of the following traits; casually changeable, overexcited; overstimulated; flamboyant; resulting from originality of thought, expression, etc obstinate in your opinions And I didn't even know it was a real word.

Give it a try

If you didn't want anything in return, nothing at all, what's the most generous thing you could do for your best customer, your best friend, your most important prospect? Give it a try. – Seth Godin