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L Kavli 2/1/2016
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Private. Collaborators only.
Wouldn’t ‘demo and deploy’ be better?
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Marc Gent 1/30/2016
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Private. Collaborators only.
Reminds me of Hacker School changing their name to the Recurse Center: www.recurse.com/blog/77-hacker-school-is-now-the-recurse-center
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Thilanka Munasinghe 11/30/2016
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Private. Collaborators only.
Joi, why not saying:
“Deploy or Disappear”
If you don’t deploy, your idea/product will slowly disappear from people’s interest. Time will make your idea disappear from people’s mind unless if it get deployed…
Larry & Sergey deployed their search engine to people and investors, otherwise it if was just an idea or demo, there is a chance of getting it disappeared.
Eddison deployed.
Adi Dassler delpoyed “Addidas”, otherwise it would have been disappeared during the world war 2 time and no revolutionized sports footware.
Steve Jobs & Wozniak deployed.
MIT professor Amar Gopal “Bose” deployed, otherwise noise canceling headphones concept/idea must have disappeared.
and many more…
I like your “Deploy” itself, but wanted to share my point of view. ( I wanted to mention it here before I forget it and make it disappear in my mind)
like to hear what you think of “Deploy or Disappear”.
best,
Thilanka Munasinghe
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Corey Pressman 2/1/2016
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Private. Collaborators only.
Selection made on Version 3
I thought about it for awhile and then at the member meeting later that month, I announced that I’d like to change our motto from “Deploy or Die” to just “Deploy.” Some people complained that it wasn’t as punchy, but my favorite complaint was from the students who had complained to me originally about the “or die” part. They said, “So we students make a suggestion and you ignore us. But then the President says something and you listen. Sheesh!” 😃
change our motto
ship or be shipped!