Business as usual is destroying our lives (and the environment) On May 14, 2009, the business world was thrown into a tizzy when Gmail and Google's news site were reported as "sluggish" for "about an hour." The BBC swiftly cited pundits proclaiming that the temporarily slow Google was "bad news for Google's efforts to build up Apps, and to a less extent, Gmail, as critical business tools. If the mighty Google can stumble, then who can be trusted?"
Stumbled over this. Makes a lot of sense, and ties in neatly with my post last week about a decade of pattern-breaking.