Wednesday, March 14, 2012

The three stages of a great idea

From best-selling science-fiction writer Sir Arthur C. Clarke - -
  1. In the beginning people tell you that's a crazy idea, and it'll never work.
  2. Next, people say your idea might work, but it's not worth doing.
  3. Finally, eventually, people say, I told you that it was a great idea all along.

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