Finished a re-read of great and fast book on how to make ideas and storytelling better and more memorable. Funny how re-listens surface more information for me. Key take aways for me. Simplicity— Simple is not a par it down to minimum, rather simple means elegant prioritization. Unexpected ness – Always build in a bit… Continue reading Made to Stick
I recently finished another of the ‘Great Courses’ on Human Behavior. Key take aways There are many interesting components on how the brain works. All the components of executive function, memory, recognition and recall. Lectures were great and nicely chunked up. Various ways to understand memory functions, perception and the interaction with various brain systems… Continue reading Psychology of Human Behavior
How he shaped the modern world from secular culture to the postal service. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Genghis_Khan Genghis Khan and the Making of the Modern World By: Jack Weatherford Narrated by: Jonathan Davis, Jack Weatherford Length: 14 hrs and 20 mins Unabridged Audiobook Release date: 02-16-10 Language: English Publisher: Audible Studios 4.5 out of 5 stars4.5 (16,279 ratings) Publisher’s Summary The Mongol army… Continue reading Genghis Kahn
“Michael Wolff, author of the bombshell bestseller Fire and Fury, once again takes us inside the Trump presidency to reveal a White House under siege. Just one year into Donald Trump’s term as president, Michael Wolff told the electrifying story of a White House consumed by controversy, chaos, and intense rivalries. Fire and Fury, an instant sensation,… Continue reading Seige: Trump Under Fire
I liked the Brad Meltzer series on the history channel, so I figured it might be a good listen. I also love history and am a fan of Lincoln and leadership in difficult times. I am also fascinated by the motivations and closely held beliefs and the momentum of events that often times conspires separately and independently of conspiratorial drama like outlined in this book.
Recently I was participating in some content creation around digital transformation a recent renaming of a cycle of change some companies attempt to achieve some level of change aka transformation. Spoiler alert: many companies have no idea how hard it is and this is not a technology problem. It’s just plane old inertia. The dreaded… Continue reading Digital Transformation vs Status Quo Bias
I have not left the house much and have been prepping for some camping someday. I saw a video on YouTube of a guy who had made for him from Bert Taylor the designer and builder of my vistabule teardrop this cool fender shelf. So I figured I would give it a try with some… Continue reading Vistabule teardrop fenders
I found this article when looking up the what the deal is with microns and masks. The net net is that mask is better than no mask. How much for how long and what percentage etcetera is in the link below. So I bought in early March when all the lockdowns started the O2Canada Mask…… Continue reading Of microns and masks
Quick summary can be found on apple communities here. I read up on various workarounds, my setup is dual monitor using a Kensington dual monitor dock. So I was being frustrated by random reboots when finished work and leaving laptop open. I have two screens and a Kensington Dock. Kensington SD4700P Dual Video Dock The… Continue reading Catalina 10.15.4 kernel panic on laptop, workaround working for me. Fingers crossed. WindowServer mystery.
‘Source of truth’ in design is non-sense. In software data schemes and such, it makes sense. There is a myth that you can liberally apply this mental modeling to design or design deliverables and the assets used by development to build software. Traceability, the more appropriate term and practice is what is useful, valuable and… Continue reading Single Source of truth mythology