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Ze Frank: Executing and Theoretical Perfection
Merlin Mann | Jan 1 2009
the show with zefrank (2007-11-06 / “washington, ideas, brain crack”)
Ze Frank, on executing ideas even, or especially, when you can’t do them perfectly. (PNSFW)
[video via Waxy Links]
As some pals and I have been banging around ideas for new projects, I’ve been thinking a lot about Ze Frank, and realizing what a talented and brave fellow he is.
I didn’t follow The Show closely during its beloved one-year run, but I’ve enjoyed several episodes quite a lot, and, in the time since The Show ended, I’ve retroactively (sporadically) been catching up on some of the little projects Ze’s pushed out over the last few years. Prolific, warm, and very engaging work.
The “brain crack” video arrived with perfect timing, because I’ve been obsessing over a similar idea. In the video above, Ze says, unblinkingly:
That’s inspiration that’s hard to beat.
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