BUSINESS CASUAL DOESN’T COUNT?

“I had this techno-utopian view early on that the Internet, for instance, would make possible a decentralized, Jeffersonian democracy. Now, I don’t believe that big social changes will be brought about by technology.”

Lotus Development founder turned venture capitalist Mitch Kapor, skipping over the wardrobe changes wrought by years of suit-taunting by the geeks, Interactive Week, 25 September 2000

NAME YOUR OWN DIGNITY’S PRICE

“I’m aware that there are people who weren’t satisfied with the service and I’m also aware Priceline is trying to deal with it. … I haven’t [used the service myself]. I think of myself as having to fly first class.”

Priceline pimp William Shatner, who knows better than to be handling the goods himself, on the company’s customer-service woes, 48 Hours, 21 September 2000