] Vile wrote:
] ] flynn23 wrote:
] ] ] ] Gore is a strikingly contradictory company: a place
] ] ] ] nerds can be mavericks; a place that's impatient with
] ] ] ] standard way of working, but more than patient with
] ] ] ] nurturing ideas and giving them time to flourish; a
] ] ] ] that's humble in its origins, yet ravenous for
] ] ] ] breakthrough ideas and, ultimately, growth. Gore's
] ] ] ] uniqueness comes from being as innovative in its
] ] ] ] operating principles as it is in its diverse product
] ] ] ] lines. This is a company that has kicked over the rules
] ] ] ] that most other organizations live by. It is tucked away
] ] ] ] in the mid-Atlantic countryside, 3,000 miles from
] ] ] ] Valley and even further (in its mind-set) from Wall
] ] ] ] Street. And in its quietly revolutionary way, it is
] ] ] ] something almost magical: fostering ongoing, consistent,
] ] ] ] breakthrough creativity.
] ] ]
] ] ] Someday. Hopefully. I'll make/work at a place like this.
] ] I personally hope you spend the rest of your life unemployed
] ] and starving to death.
] Lucky for you I've already got that taken care of.
I will bet you have. You seem to type like a fat fuck.
RE: The Fabric of Creativity