Some months ago, Richard Kenny from Plantronics in the UK reached out and asked if I would be interested in writing blog posts on the principles of collaboration to be published on The Smarter Office Plantronics blog. We talked about the ethos (principles and effective practices) and logistics […]
We live in the Southern Hemisphere … which means we are coming into the hot days of summer. Hence the idea of snow covering the ground and houses … is foreign to my family. My kids enjoyed the above movie — a mixture of snow, lights, and music. […]
Two Texas Highway Patrol Officers were conducting speeding enforcement on Hwy 77, just south of Kingsville, TX. One of the officers was using a hand held radar device to check speeding vehicles approaching the town of Kingsville. The officers were suddenly surprised when the radar gun began reading […]
Stuff reports that a feature documentary about the Christchurch earthquake will be released in November: “The trailer for a feature documentary on Christchurch’s devastating February earthquake has been released. When A City Falls follows the lives of city residents in the aftermath of the February 22 tremor, which […]
I’ve been through Copenhagen Central Station a couple of times in the past few years, both due to speaking engagements with IntraTeam. Nothing like this happened while I was there though – too bad.
ThinkGeek creates some pretty wacky stuff, but now and then something that I would actually use comes along. Like the Kelvin.23 all-in-one tool: “The Kelvin is a unique, super functional hand tool designed for the everyday jobs you encounter living on your own. With the Kelvin, you can […]
According to Stuff, New Zealand soldiers in Afghanistan towed a disabled US helicopter to safety: “The US army Apache helicopter had to land in an exposed position in Bamyan last month after its engines were damaged by debris. The NZ Provincial Reconstruction Team manufactured a tow bar and […]
David (my 15 year old son) argues that Mac OS 11 will be the next version after Mac OS X Lion. He writes: “After Lion is released, I think that Apple will go from Mac OS X to Mac OS XI or Mac OS 11. Why? My reason […]
Inc. profiles the story of Charlie Clifford and TUMI: “Charlie Clifford ditched a corporate job in marketing to start a business selling rugged leather bags made in South America. That was in 1974. Nearly 30 years later, he sold his company, Tumi, named for an ancient ceremonial knife […]
A few hundred miles away from where I live, Sir Peter and his band of merry men (and women … and hobbits … and dwarves … and elves … and goblins … and dragons) are busy with the filming of The Hobbit, which will be released in two […]
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