|Tools: Trial Runs|
Anything that doesnít work is a trial run
Donít panic! We are not going to give you instructions on how to do a trial run. Not that we donít have experience in that kind of work. Weíve done lots of trial runs. Maybe we didnít intend them to be trial runs. But thatís how it worked out.
But people donít need instructions on how to do a trial run. Maybe people could use a few suggestions on how to tell the difference between a trial run and a failure.
The difference between a trial run and a failure
Maybe people could use some ideas on how to make good use of a trial run
I have not failed. I've just found 1,000 ways that won't work.
Maybe weíll offer some things like that later. But first an illustration and another slogan.
Every problem is an opportunity being mishandled.
The problem was that we donít like to put our trial runs on the Thinkerer website. Well, not exactly that. Sometimes we have pages under development that we need to see in html. The most efficient way to do that is to put them on the Thinkerer website. But we donít want our visitors to look at our half-done pages and think thatís what we usually offer.
Thatís the problem. Or thatís how we mishandled the opportunity. The opportunity we have is to illustrate trial runs. So we start this venue with one of our trial runs. Weíll probably have more examples later.
You can find more of our trial running on our working blogs.
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