Tuesday, 22 January 2008

Never underestimate the dangers of mediocrity, particularly when it’s disguised as something great. A friend sent me Seth Godin’s ‘Curiosity’ talk today where he accuses TV of hoodwinking us into thinking that mediocre things are great. Having eschewed TV four years ago, I could only nod smugly when he said, “The thing the smartest and richest people in the world have done is switched off the television”.
I wonder how long it has to be switched off for before you get smart and rich though…..

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