I get habituiated to things fairly quickly, bit I'm still amazed at what my colleagues think is going to go on forever. A while ago it included falling temperatures and more people from Canada spending time in Florida. We even went and visited some friends down there who were going to stay, or did stay. Oddly enough, that's _not_ what Environment Canada was worried about at the time. They seemed to think it was getting hotter, not colder (;-))
One year is probably enough for 99% of the people involved to think of it as "normal".
In its continuing bid to stay relevant in a competitive market, Motorola is trying to build up a community of hardware designers for the Moto Z's modular add-ons. Yesterday, the company brought together several winners of regional hackathons to a pitch event in Chicago, hoping to find the best of these innovative, indie creations. The judging panel — which includes execs from Lenovo and Verizon — selected two teams for up to $1 million in investment funding from Lenovo Capital, as well as eventual distribution by Verizon.
No amount of careful planning will ever replace dumb luck.