Skating over the line
When Paul Moroz and his brother were little boys they both played hockey. While Paul played an aggressive left wing, Jason was a staunch defender. They were both taught to play their positions, which meant that Paul was taught to...
“Here,” I said, pointing to nowhere in particular. “Eleven o’clock.” I looked into the big, brown eyes of my driver and searched for some sign he understood my request. Nothing. He stared back blankly and then…smiled? This completely confused me.
The toothbrush test
A few weeks ago, I was introduced to Google’s Toothbrush Test.
Look for the baby
This past week, one of my colleagues shared a learning at our weekly research meeting. Christian and his wife, Siggi, were on vacation when Siggi unfortunately dropped her iPhone into the bath. Remarkably, the iPhone survived.
Waiting in line: The high cost of red tape
Imagine you spent 4% of your life waiting in line. Given that there are 8,765 hours in a year, this would imply that you spent 350 hours each year staring at the backs of people’s heads.
The art of survival
The restaurant industry is tough. Virtually anyone with decent cooking skills and a modest amount of capital can open one; the barriers to entry are quite low.