How do you communicate when the Internet is down and your smartphone is out of power?
Disruption (or necessity if you prefer) is the mother of invention. We can make things better — or at least different and workable — if our adaptability muscles are well exercised.
This short documentary of Steve Jobs and his NeXT team getting their fledgling company off the ground is fascinating.
We re-tell our story frequently, moreso on important anniversaries.
I’ll walk to work in a few minutes. And like many “July the seconds” of the past, I’ll marvel at the absence of any trace of Canada Day celebrations from the day before.
I have the significant privilege of leading a talented, creative and capable team of researchers/analysts at Full Duplex.
If you haven’t tried free writing, you may be denying yourself an incredibly effective problem-solving tool.
Andrea and I were married 14 years ago, today. I love our story, and I love that we’re still writing it.
I don’t often share pithy Facebook comments. However, I couldn’t help sharing this one, here, since (as in life) it has applications in public affairs.
It’s been a while since I’ve shared a list of tools I use regularly. So, here are my What’s Hot and What’s Not lists.
While this is a little off-topic for this blog, it’s necessary to share this tale of good sportsmanship (is that the politically correct way to say it?).