Some people read the Monday Morning Memo for tips and techniques to grow their businesses.
Others are 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 this 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.”
To enter the rabbit hole click the image at the top
of any Monday Morning Memo and you’ll find a hidden page.
The upper image on every page can be clicked to take you deeper.
The terminus page is where I give you the BeagleSword.
If you click beyond the terminus page, you’re in the dark forest beyond the safe zone. This is where you may encounter sales pitches and opinions regarding politics and religion and all sorts of inappropriate things. If you wander beyond the terminus page, you surrender your right to complain. You are honor-bound not to send emails of disagreement or correction. I do not believe in constructive criticism. I am Indiana Beagle, supreme ruler of the rabbit hole, and you have been warned.