Hmm - Tom Yager imagines that he's "been on his game" lately:
I'm not just bored with the present, I'm uncomfortable there. I drop in on now every so often to do things like pick up my mail, write reviews, and make sure the pipes didn't freeze last winter, but before the neighbors get a chance to screw with my mind by asking me what I've been up to, I'm back to that windowless place where, for all I know, the horizons to which I cast my gaze are already behind me.
When I'm on my game, as I have been lately, I can haul my horizons with me when I travel on business.
Back here in the real world, let's look at some examples of Yager's fearless predictive powers:
- No, Apple won't go to intel.
- The big problem in IT is those blasted users
- iTanic is the future
- JIT? Who needs that?
If Yager were any more detached from the IT sector he'd be orbiting Neptune. With his track record, he belongs at my favorite analyst group.