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At Lunch With Doug Smith

A former McKinsey partner and co-author of The Wisdom of Teams, Doug is one of those exceptionally smart and remarkably nice guys you love to engage in a conversation. For the past two years, he and a friend have started a technology-based company to make different kinds of movies. His comment on today’s business environment is so precious I had to post it.

A former McKinsey partner and co-author of The Wisdom of Teams, Doug is one of those exceptionally smart and remarkably nice guys you love to engage in a conversation.

For the past two years, he and a friend have started a technology-based company to make different kinds of movies. His comment on today’s business environment is so precious I had to post it.

Says Doug: “The good news about starting a company after the bubble is you have no money. If you had a lot of money and hired a bunch of people, you probably would have lost it. The bad news is you have no money.”

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Kelly Sue DeConnick got her start in the comic industry adapting Japanese and Korean comics into English.Five years and more than 10,000 pages of adaptation later, she transitioned to American comics with 30 Days of Night: Eben and Stella, for Steve Niles and IDW.

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