Good chapter on product management too. I've finished roughly 60% of the book & agree with the blogger's conclusion.
1. Reciprocation. (The key is to go first.)
2. Consistency. (Easier to get compliance if they see it as being consistent with what they've already said.)
3. Social Proof (The basis for laugh tracks.)
4. Liking. (You prefer to comply with requests from people that you like. DUH.)
5. Authority. (Beware those wearing uniforms or engineering rings.)
6. Scarcity (Only 2 left in stock!)
This is how I got introduced to R (the programming language) and the Twitter API. Pretty neat stuff.
Retrofitted drones enable Internet connectivity for remote military operations.
I thought having a minibike at 13 was the definition of badass. If I'd only known.
"The rails are lubricated with LIQUID ALUMINUM." Holy cow...
DON'T ADD CRAPWARE. That's the message. It really resonates.