Jason Toney, currently of CBS Interactive, and previously of AXS/AEG, Disney Interactive, and Bunim-Murray Productions, is all about digital media. He's held site and content production roles and is presently most interested in data-driven strategy work. This is his personal blog. Yeah, he still does that on occasion.

A Trio of Thoughts

"The name of the game is you." - Raymond Scott, Lightworks

It's been two weeks since we launched the re-design of Examiner.com. It's product design and strategy I'm proud of and I might find some time to talk about it but, at the moment, I'm in the dumps.

Summer is ending. The exciting big bulls-eye of that project is gone. And, now, I'm in the slog of things. Thinking a lot about the meaning of work both personally and professionally.

This trio of thoughts I came across yesterday are helping me come to some resolution.

All good ideas are terrible until people realize they are obvious. If you're not willing to live through the terrible stage, you'll never get to the obvious part.

- Seth Godin 

The whole culture is telling you to hurry, while the art tells you to take your time. Always listen to the art.

- Junot Díaz 

I trust, at some point, it'll make sense but, for now, let's get to work. 

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