“Open Season” Monthly (Second Fridays)
There’s no such thing as a free lunch – is a popular adage communicating the idea that it is impossible to get something for nothing. This is, economically speaking, absolutely true, and harks back to the early days.
Rudyard Kipling, writing in 1891, noted how he, “…came upon a bar-room full of bad Salon pictures, in which men with hats on the backs of their heads were wolfing food from a counter. It was the institution of the “free lunch” I had struck. You paid for a drink and got as much as you wanted to eat. For something less than a rupee a day a man can feed himself sumptuously in San Francisco, even though he be a bankrupt. Remember this if ever you are stranded in these parts.”
Even if something appears to be free, there is always a cost to the person or to society as a whole, although that may be a hidden cost or an externality.
To provide our time. To encourage clients to be inquisitive and understanding. To share our technical knowledge that the end user gets the best experience of all. This is our cost. You get the free lunch.
An open forum discussion – so, if you have any questions, you want to pick our brains about an installation, proposal, product or technical challenge you have; fire away. One hour – we’re all yours!