#2. Cultivate your ‘secret sauce’: the serendipitous experience of discovery.
Add opportunity for discovery by using more tables than bookshelves. “Physical discovery is the secret sauce of retailing and publishing.”
– Simon Lipskar, Writers House, Wall Street Journal
#7. Downsize your image.
Create a “community franchise,” like Washington, D.C.’s Ace Hardware stores: “The owner names each of them after its neighborhood, but the small chain benefits from the buying power and branding of a national distribution network.”
– Lydia DePillis, Washington Post
Out of the 10 suggestions the first 4 seem the most useful. Suggestion 5 just seems stupid to me but maybe it would work.
Slashdot – Announcement of a new collaborative editing program.
Not normally the kind of thing that you would probably be interested in, but the comments make it all worth while.
The Verge – Virus tricks man into turning himself in for child porn
tl:dr – Guy is surfing the net gets a ransomware message from “the FBI” takes computer to local police station they find child porn.
The scammers don’t get their $500 but overall a happy ending to that particular story.