Mark Neumann’s book on the future

I wanted to be wowed. Oh, I wanted to be wowed. I’m halfway through, and I’m not wowed.

It’s not bad. There’s no glaring error. But I’m not wowed. I’ll confess, it’s a ton more information from Neumann that we have from any other candidate. I certainly encourage the other two to rise to this occasion. I’ll try to pull it all together Monday or Tuesday and nail down my thoughts then.

I guess if I want the perfect candidate, I’m going to have to run myself someday.

Update – I did finish skimming through it last night. It gets a little meatier towards the end. While it’s not what I would have put out there, there’s potential. Remember, it’s a whole lot more than Walker has bothered to do.

Comments

  1. The Lorax says:

    “I guess if I want the perfect candidate, I’m going to have to run myself someday.”

    Careful, that might sound a little self-involved…

  2. I didn’t mean it that way. Only that my list must be unique to me, so I might be the only one who could fill it. Besides, I hate when people complain about no good candidates but would never consider the enormously hard work to run themselves.

  3. The Lorax says:

    I agree. Hey, I think I’d be a good one too. It takes a lot of self-love to convince others you are the best.

  4. Liberal one says:

    Isn’t neumanns 250 page really 60 pages when you remove the dead space and reset the margins?