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TECHNOLOGIC LIFE

Dear Mr.Ket, Thinking, I believe that the modern society crisis depends on the contrast between a technology driven only by TTM and market competition, and a better technology developing the human factor, freeing us from heavy stuff and duties and creating new opportunities enhancing everybody’s freedom. I fear that here again comes the Business Man saying “Nop, I am and I will be the only one, here. Stay away!”. What do you think? Sincerelly

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ORDINARY PLACE

Dear Mr.Ket, We haven’t to be naturalists or architects ourselves to grasp that a working place must be *sized* enough well, with microenvironments projected for.. people staying and lasting 10 hours a day / 5 days a week. Neither the adoption of naming conventions like “park”, “kitchen” or “entertainement center” is visible; nor the size of lifts! Indeed dispite the TTM, is there anything else making figuring out a westerner? Sincerelly

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TECHIE’S TAIL

Dear Mr.Ket, My generation of technical ppl started with MsDos 5.0 and Windows 3.0 by few mega of RAM and hard disk space. Learning the more subdle details of living inside a screen to use, update and reinstall everything, without pain. That used to be one of the thousands techies in the world, at the age of Bill Gates. Contrary to that, it appears that short TTM of software products causes true pain to the business guys, isn’t it? Sincerelly

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ENEMY’S FAMILY

Dear Mr.Ket, Travelling a lot during my journey I discover that.. the Enemy has a family; it finishes to work at 5 p.m. to take dinner together around six; it has an hamble respect for the nature; it lives in big metropolies with skyscrapers and subways; it buys IT stuff at the market barganing prices; it travel in full accessoried cars; etc. Are we so audacius to keep our short TTM by getting the same life standards of our Enemy? Sincerelly

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DEVIL’S NAMES

Dear Mr.Ket, They say big corporates have Big Principles and Values – and this is advertisement. In facts, Google has the motto *Don’t be devil*. But, Francis McCabe, developer of the Go! was not happy at all when he dicovered that Google named their brand new language “Go”.. later on, making it appearing at the top of SERP. Open Gallery likewise. Can we say that TTM can be used like an arm against “Easy Victims”? Sincerelly

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PRIVACY CRACK

Dear Mr.Ket, As you know Facebook and Whats App aren’t going for the easiest road with our privacy. But every business has to decide rapidly the best way to monetize. And there are a lot of ways: opensource and payed work; free and payed web services; free and premium apps; advertisement; a lot! Does shortening Time To Market really requires cracking on our privacy to start up? What do you think? Make me know. Sincerelly

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RELEASE FIRST

Dear Mr.Ket, News to all the nerds was that Linux can stand in the market with a patch release policy of “release first” instead of “patch first”. And, undoubtedly the declaration that “Linux has no virus” was an other “security cover” to gain that missing social consensus in the next newbie market. Here we can speculate how TTM can sacrify our own human priorities like security, in the “West” world. What do you think? Sincerelly

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PERFECT WORLD

Dear Mr.Ket, There are “incredible” cases of excellence in Time To Market. Put for example.. Android. Adroid was *rendered* by Google as the best smartphone OS with.. the buy out of Nokia Mobile and the passage in Google own hands of Motorola. When Siemens Mobile was declared closed a long time ago, a crawd group of eastern producers was ready to align themselves *to the market*. Mr.Ket, what do you think? Sincerelly

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