Amazon Prime – This returned probably 500%+ ROI. Worth every dime. EndPCNoise Workstation – the sweetest Windows XP machine I’ve owned. Spooky quiet. Fujitsu ScanSnap – This was the year I went digital on just about everything. This was the reason. Simulscribe – My voice mails, transcribed, and emailed to me. (I don’t know why […]
I wonder if the blur between “hidden” SPAM filters, such as those offered by ISPs causes people to hold off on genuinely good spam filtering (yes, that you buy) because they think they “already have a filter” and are just resigning themselves to cleaning the crap out of their in-box each day?
Google’s Expected to roll out their “PowerPoint” killer soon, if not today. Even though I was one of the engineers on Harvard Graphics (PowerPoint was called the “Harvard Graphics Killer”) I am really a advocate leaving slide shows out of meetings. It’s far too easy to create slides. You need people staring at you at a table giving you feedback with their body language, good and bad. You need to know that you got through to them. Will Google’s “PowerPoint” just make more awful presentations for us all to sit through?
I was really happy to find Pamela Slim’s article “I’m just not into you” – Kicking lukewarm passions to the curb” in her ezine. It’s really a good read – and can help clarify some thinking if you find yourself muddled in luke-warm pseudo-projects that are weighing down your dreams.
I wish I could give presentations about stuff like you find in this blog. I love it. I’m passionate about my work, and love to share it. It’s great to get people laughing and to make folks think a bit. But I had quite possibly my worst presentation ever a few weeks back. The room […]