Isn’t it odd when something you can’t see let alone touch is shown to have enormous value. Perhaps electronic money in a bank account seems intangible, but you can at least convert it to real things with a process we all call “payment”. But compare this to spectrum, the electromagnetic property of the physical universe; it is certainly invisible, arguably intangible, but most definitely invaluable – but in an incredibly strange way.
Monthly Archive: August 2014
A long time ago in an organisation far far away the Quality Manager would sit, like a sort of high priest, behind towering stacks of procedure manuals and preside over the Quality Manual (a quasi-holy book dedicated to the great works of the disciples of Order, Wisdom and Paper).