Well, it's that time of the year again.
Girl Scouts are out in force and it seems like I can't walk past a post office, grocery store or office building without seeing the girls peddling their sinfully addictive cookies. If I hated them it wouldn't be a problem, but I've got a bit of thing for Caramel deLites (and, ok Thin Mints too) so it's a bit of an issue.
So, "what does this have to do with Apple?" I can hear you asking... Admittedly not much, except that every time I see a Girl Scout hawking cookies I'm reminded of a passage from Adam Lashinsky's wonderful new book: Inside Apple: How America's Most Admired--and Secretive--Company Really Works:
Classic Jobs from a great book.