Nice little review of 37Singals’ new book, Rework. Also nice to see how other like-minded peeps are integrating their thinking into their own businesses (which makes me helluva “jealous” that I’m not 37Signals haha)…
Also being in a business where support is a pretty important day-to-day task, I totally understand where Sam is coming from with this post. He’s got some nice ideas in there as well!
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