I received my copy of Guy Kawasaki’s Reality Check yesterday, wasted a whole day NOT reading it, but when I started, immediately got these three nuggets.
1. Majora Carter. Oh, my god, where has this woman been hiding? Why did it take this long to discover her?
2. A couple days ago, Guy tweeted out this link. I scratched my head, shrugged and kept reading. But, it was sticking in my paw and so I sent Guy a direct message asking why he would tweet out such an odd link. His response was:
guykawasaki Because I like to help people with my tweets.
Ok, that made even less sense, so I just shrugged that off. Page 232 of Reality Check,
The funnier you are, the more people think you’re smart, because it takes great intelligence to be funny.
Improv is perhaps the hardest comedic form to do well. That and repartee. I’m sorry, Guy, I’ll not doubt again.
3. Page 237, Guy says:
On a personal level, blogs are an outlet for expression and creativity. Truly, if no one but your dog reads your blog, it’s still worth doing.
Rarely do I disagree with Guy, but I think he meant to say:
If your DOG writes your blog, everyone will read it.
Heck, you’re here reading this now, right? Come on, read a few more posts.
224 pages of Reality to go.