Clueless, but in a good way.

20 February 2006

A great post from Kathy Sierra on ignoring the artificial constraints around us.

The Clueless Manifesto.

Often, by the time you learn you can’t do it, your response might be “Oops! You mean this thing I just did?”

All of the most frustrated people I know are really, really certain about how the deck is stacked against them, or how their efforts will come to naught. Me, I’d rather be “clueless,” happy, and creative.

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