Some people read the Monday Morning Memo
for tips and techniques to grow their businesses.
Other readers are just looking for a stimulating jolt of thought-juice.
It was for these juicers that I, Indiana Beagle, created The Rabbit Hole.
MIT professor and physicist Alan Lightman talks about our need for juice in his book,
A Sense of the Mysterious:
“Not long ago, sitting at my desk at home, I suddenly had
the horrifying realization that I no longer waste time.”
Think back. Haven’t your best discoveries,
epiphanies and realizations happened by happy accident?
Think of the rabbit hole as a carefully constructed happy accident.
click the image below the title
of any Monday Morning Memo.
In the older, archived MMMemos,
the image will be above the title.
Want look into a rabbit hole right now?
1. Click the image above the title of
the current Monday Morning Memo
1. Go to the archives of the Monday Morning Memo,
2. Open any memo published after April 30, 2007.
(That’s when the wizard made my rabbit hole official)
3. Click the image that appears just above the title of the memo.
Wait. You’re not done yet.
Each uppermost image in a rabbit hole can be clicked to take you deeper.
The pages in a rabbit hole are loosely connected by a theme.
The terminus page of the rabbit hole is where I give you the BeagleSword.
If you click beyond the terminus page,
you’re on your own.
The wizard and I make no apology and
offer no explanation for what you
find in the rabbit hole.
With a beagle, you just never know.