I put together my first iDVD project this weekend using iLife ’05. I shot some video of my son’s trampoline competition in the morning and put the project together in the afternoon. Bottom line: to edit about 40 minutes of tape into a 15 minute movie took me about six hours to edit the tape, […]
Been spending a lot of time “adjusting” plans lately. A colleague made the following comment today in one of our many (many many) sessions: He who plans early, plans twice. Makes you think, don’t it?
Because I sent my last post in via e-mail, which was composed offline, I only included one hyperlink, to the Apple iMac page. I couldn’t remember any others, and thought I was safe with what I thought would be an obvious URL. Here is what happened: I added the link to http://www.apple.com/iMac When I connected […]
For the past few years, we’ve had a mixed household of Windows (the primary family computer) and Mac (my son’s G3 iBook). I’m a big Mac fan, while my wife has an “I don’t care what it is as long as it does what I want it to do” approach to computers (and technology in […]
The AOK has started off 2005 with a Star Series on “What Makes KM Sustainable.” (for a little more, check out Knowledge Jolt with Jack: AOK: What Makes KM Sustainable). I didn’t have a chance to contribute, I did mostly keep up with the postings.* Very good stuff, I believe you can find the archives […]
From the Dec 15, 2004 CIO magazine – More Than Human. The article presents a basic overview of Transhumanism, but its main focus is on the potential benefits and challenges to managers. Transhumanism—the practice of enhancing people through technology—sounds like science fiction. But when it arrives (and it will), it will create unique problems for […]
At a break between meetings at a recent big get together, the following defintion of a knowledge worker occurred to me: A knowledge worker is someone that makes it up as they go along. Though that expression is usually used in a pejorative way, that is not how I mean it. Over the last couple […]