I’ve been following Luis Suarez’ (@elsua) thoughts on a world without e-mail for quite a while now. His arguments have always made sense, and yet I’ve always had this nagging feeling of, “Yeah, but….” Last week I had a chance to view/listen to a recent presentation Luis gave about making the jump from e-mail to social […]
To help me plan out the direction and content for the Tramp and Tumble blog over the next couple of months I created a mind map to collect and sort the various topics that I want to discuss there. One of the things that I love about Mind Manager is that it has such a […]
Recently, Dave Snowden and Jack Vinson have both typealyzed their blogs: Dave’s is ENTP and Jack’s is INTJ. Since I’m not sure exactly how Typealyzer works, I wasn’t sure if I’ve got enough content here at this new blog (15 posts so far) to get a type, but figured it was worth a shot. The […]
I use the 600 page Infinity Journal as my primary day-to-day wastebook, so I don’t have to start a new book very often, maybe once every 12 – 18 months depending on what’s going on. On the other hand, my digital wastebook(s) never run out of “pages” so I could keep using the same one […]
…while I fix the problems I have caused in site layout. Updated: Thank you for your patience and understanding.
I learned the importance of rehearsal while in the military: Plan an operation, try it out, refine the plan. Last night I mentioned to some friends how I use rehearsal in my day-to-day life: Preparing for a presentation, walking through the steps of a plan, practicing a process. Especially when it is something important. In […]
My notebooks are littered with scribbles and notes of ideas for blog posts. Unfortunately, many of these ideas have never made it off of paper. If only there were an easy way to post from my quickly written out ideas…. One of the things that caught my eye when going through the things OneNote 2007 […]
… but sometimes you want to protect your key files as well, either on your system drive, an external hard drive, or a USB thumb drive.
Shawn at the Anecdote blog has seven suggestions for facilitators to improve the teleconference experience for participants. These all seem like common sense suggestions, but as a frequent participant in teleconferences I can tell you that it is rare to find a teleconference where even 2 or 3 of these guidelines are adhered to, much less all 7.
I recently picked up a new laptop and decided to take the plunge into Vista and Office 2007. (Sadly, MacOS was not an option for me right now.) Although the verdict is still out on Vista, I am finding much to like in Office 2007. I’ll try to write more about both, but for now […]