Spolsky: It's just like you're playing with your AM radio and you just tuned in on a station and it was in the middle of something
Lopp: That's awesome.
Spolsky: That's the illusion we're trying to create. We had an anemone die today.
Lopp: An anemone ?
Lopp: What color was it, are they all brown or green or what's the deal ?
Spolsky: I don't know it was like multi-colored, they're like brown green, they've got little tentacles
Lopp: Does an anemone float when it dies, or is it just sad and on the bottom ?
Atwood: ... I'm king of curious How big are the groups you're managing ?
Lopp: I moved into the senior management role which is a managing managers which is a whole other ball of wax, so yeah that what's the next book is going to be called
Spolsky: Managing documents
Atwood:It's going to be called: I'm screwed
Lopp: But it's fascinating because its more like management than engineering is like management but it's a very different role, whereas anywhere we won't go there.
So the Teams are anywhere from, I've got a magic num,ber of 7 which I feel is the point where you can get it all done