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Apr 04, 2005 8:52 am re: re: re: Hi

Brian O'Connor
You're right Avi detail is a keyword here. Thinking about observing, many people i see observe consciously just the shell of things. When buying a new product for instance they may look at the use, price, their need. Someone else may look at the color,quality, shape, weight, texture, function, characteristics, size, efficency,compatibility, fit, safety, price, usability, wearability, ease of use, guarantee, practicality, return on investment, etc. etc. Now apply this to biz models, event's , activities, trends. What are some of the current or future trends you are foreseeing?

> Avinash Harsh wrote:
> Ireland,
>IdeaLab from Bill Gross, I believe, is still alive even though the company suffered a setback a few years back because of their deep focus on the internet based business models.
>Regarding the post, keen Observation has been the key to solutions.
>Call it 'sensitive', 'Observant' or something else but it seems that people who can get into the details of a problem are more likely to find the solution for the same.
>My 2 Cents.
>> ireland eringobraugh wrote:
>> Idealab was a business started by Bill Gross that created new biz models. I think it flopped i'm not sure. Vikas observation is a much more powerful word than most people think, as you said ask yourself "what are the implications of this". I am called "a sensitive" by some because of the depth i see into things. This can be a blessing or a curse sometimes. What do you others here get from the word obsevation?
>>> Vikas Bodani wrote:
>>> Idealab sounds like a place to test and invent new ideas..
>>>To start with, my idea is whatever time we spent, we must keep observin things around us like new events and activities.. and take cues from them..


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