Published on October 29, 2010 by Mike Brown in Brainzooming - All Posts, Career, Humor, Implementation
Founder of The Brainzooming Group, and an expert on strategy, creativity, and innovation. Mike is a frequent speaker on innovation, strategic thinking, and social media.
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Well, that IS a scary/spooky way to look at it…
I guess it is looking at the dark side of things. But really, what more needs to be said beyond all the books in your local Barnes & Noble or Borders. Really.
You seem to have all those willies ..:) but you also seem desperate to believe in ’em !
I don’t want to believe them, but they just seem so evident!
I totally get what you’re saying. Chilling!
Isn’t it scary? Glad you see what I’m saying, you published author you!
And then there’s the “why did someone feel the need to write about that?”. Hmm, so do libraries freak you out a bit too?
I don’t know why Karen, but libraries don’t seem to have the same effect. Maybe because they don’t seem as commercial.
Go on Mike – you know you want to!!!
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