Monthly Archives: September 2010


Architects are funny animals. They generally like to complete the grand vision, put the parts in motion, make sure everything looks good and plays well, and let the “others” do the rest–the “others” being the programmers or the employees or the consultants. But often they get hung up on details. Why are the details important? […]

Stability v Change

Are stability and change mutually exclusive? Is it possible to create a stable, changing system? Can you reinforce the value of a stable product or environment or business without sacrificing the ability to change? The UAW feeds on people’s desire for stability. They promise a stable wage with stable benefits while working at a stable […]