Culture Design Group
Apr 16, 2008
[This cartoon was commissioned by my client, Microsoft.]
Isn’t that life?
purpose, or motive?
Maybe this one would should be retitled as “Big Business PR on the back of business cards.”
Hugh, we love you. We think the cartoons and social objects discussion is worth it. We’re also glad you’re making money doing what you love. So that said, the next sentence isn’t about you.
Microsoft is still lame despite hiring you.
Anon, usually I delete anonymous comments like yours, but what the hell, I thought I’d let this one go…
If I can help make Microsoft even 1% better, that’s still creating a lot of value.
Besides that, they’re a really interesting company to work with. Some interesting folk live there.
An of course, I get to be REALLY EVIL which I really, really like 😉
what we could really use, in america, is a politician or two who defined evil the way you do. :>)
A most elegant thought!
I can’t stand facebook. I’m out of it.
Let’s do something about this social cancer called Facebook. I’m an MD.
I think this summarizes a lot that’s wrong with MS.
Will you improve them 1%, or will they drag you down 10%?
This really says it all. I chuckle when people ask me, “Why are you spending time networking, blogging, and meeting people for coffee? Shouldn’t you be working? As if cold calling and spamming people is “the right way to do business. People want to do business with people they know and trust, and who know and trust them as well. I plan to keep this one handy (Microsoft, please do not sue me) to show to people in the future. Thanks.
Bugger. took me 11 pages of white paper to say that.