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Ian Anderson asks 'What happens when change becomes the norm?'
You start changing just for sake of change, and not addressing or understanding the real the question'
I don't get the question. :(
Change is the norm.
The only universal constant is change.
When change becomes the norm we must be 'creative chameleons' adapting to our surroundings.
when so many first time poster all jump in with philosophical statements i just sigh and ask is change always good, is someone just using many logins, or am i just too cynical?
I'm not having a go at the comp. I just don't get the question.
Like that pic though.
Is it sticking the rods up at design or that "Cunnie Lingus" gesture?
- try making it abnormal.
::it is usually accompanied by an ad from target.::
::What happens when change becomes the norm?::
Moral panic subsides.
You start accelerating your professional trajectory through comment boxes on internet websites
Scotty, if I can offer some feedback on your entries into the competition:
They seem more like questions, and general blog comments than entries... but best of luck. ;)
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