In a nutshell...

  • Kerabu is a work in progress. So far there's a business plan, a blog and a draft of a book--all of which are about promoting a form of radical entrepreneurialism that is lucid, ecstatic and even sensual. (None too subtle, but that's why the blog is pretty and floaty--too many business blogs are IBM blue). My name is Hillary Johnson, and I'm the author of some books and a contributor to some other blogs (below), and sometimes write about business, entrepreneurialism and innovation for magazines like Inc.

    CONTACT: kerabuinc (AT)

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July 15, 2005


Jackie Danicki

I thought I was the only one who battles that (and I'm from a Catholic family). Lots of people give me a hard time for working on the weekends and most evenings when I get in from the office, but their admonishment makes me feel bad. These people think I'm toiling away, but most of what I'm doing is enjoyable. The "It's not work if it doesn't suck" idea is one that I probably picked up on the back of growing up in the industrial and agricultural areas of the Midwest, but it can be quite damaging.

Jackie Danicki

And on the video game note, check out Sonic the Hedgehog as Individualist Hero (, by Iain Smedley. It's from 1993, but stands up in 2005 (and will in 3005).

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