In this episode you'll find out about:
- "The attraction of the 'silver bullet'" The conditions that have created this mindset
- Vendors' responsibility to have more nuanced conversations with prospective clients.
To find out more about JD, see learngeek.co. Axonify at are: axonify.com
This episode was inspired by an article JD wrote for Learning Solutions at: https://learningsolutionsmag.com/articles/in-real-life-get-rid-of-the-boxes
If you want to know more about ornamental hermits, see: https://www.atlasobscura.com/articles/the-history-of-hermits-in-gardens
IMDb reviews for Game of Thrones last and lowest-rated episode can be read here: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt6027920/reviews?ref_=tt_urv
(As an editorial insert from Ross, those reviewers are totally wrong and in years to come the ending will be held up as a masterpiece that has been foreshadowed for eight seasons.)
And finally, the Axonify Phoomba can be seen in this tweet from @MelMilloway: https://twitter.com/MelMilloway/status/1130475243548680192?s=20
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