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Where is my Flying Car?

I recently had a virtual conversation with someone who asked where is all this efficiency that was promised to us with digital information systems? He said that we are getting all these new tools and if anything people seemed to be doing more and productivity has not necessarily increased. He wasn’t sure that he was any better than before. a I think back to my… Read More »Where is my Flying Car?

Basking in Irrelevance

Changing a culture, that ought to be easy, Right? I mean you are the big cheese in your outfit so all you gotta do is line the troops up and start issuing the order, “Change. Be innovative, go ahead. I have faith and trust in you, now go forth. Be prosperous and live long.” But how do you really inculcate a culture of innovation in… Read More »Basking in Irrelevance

Kindergarten Lessons

One of my favorite books I never read is “All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten” by Robert Fulghum. A few of his examples of important lessons taught to five year olds are: Share everything; Play fair; Don’t hit people; Clean up your own mess; Don’t take things that aren’t yours; Flush. How can you disagree with those examples? By extrapolating them… Read More »Kindergarten Lessons

Hiya, Worlds v2.0

Here is a blog post. It is not elegant, and it is not the stock WP Hello World, but it is mine. And its the first of many.