The Gibberish of the Week is a statement that will come out weekly that you really need to pay attention to if you want to be the true Innovative Visionary you strive to be (isn’t that the whole reason you are here?) Memorize them so you can showcase your skills in meetings and in front of friends. But remember what Uncle Ben said, “With great power comes great responsibility.” So make sure to abuse these whenever possible because you don’t want to be an emo pussy like Peter Parker.
So after seeing a comment that wasn’t gibberish I decided to have it switch around between the Gibberish of the Week (and I figured out it’s spelled with a G and not a J ) and Insight of the week. This page will keep the same name but the sidebar widget will be updated with the correct title.
While most of the time it will just be something random I come up with or inspired by something I see somewhere, if I find some awesomely ridiculous quote from someone I’ll be sure to use that as well.
As well if someone makes a strong point about how stupid some buzz is we will also include it. So I guess you be the judge of whether it’s actually gibberish.
The return on innovation is the difference between the return on new innovations and the deterioration of doing nothing. – Gibberish – Jan 12, 20110 – @twinnovator
Twitter is the world’s LARGEST bridging social-capital group in the recorded history of our species making it an evolutionary game changer. – Gibberish – Sep 25, 2010 – @AmyStark
Too few people consider the morality of their work. They say “there’s a market for this” as if that makes it OK.
- Insight – Jul 11, 2010 – @nk
The Web is only up to 2.0 and AOL is in double digits with version 10. When will the Web realize it can’t keep up with AOL?
- Gibberish – Feb 22, 2010 – The Synergizer
Why does every website have to be it’s own social network now? I think Ning is actually making the web a worst place. Web 2.0′s Geocities
- Insight – Feb 16, 2010 – @ripsup
If we install a Cloud inside the Cloud will we have Infinite Scalability times 2 or squared?
- Gibberish – Feb 11, 2010 – The Synergizer