A tiny variation between two numbers compounded many times results in a huge variation between the two numbers when the compounding ends. Exploring this idea in the context of not-quite-true posts on Facebook.
Facebook says how you use its tools will lead to negative or positive outcomes. But I say that even the positive outcomes posited are flaky when shared updates aren’t true.
I will be presenting on ROI for Office 365 at the next meeting of the Christchurch Office 365 and SharePoint User Group. Date is Wednesday June 12; time is 8.30am to 10am.
Research says Facebook, Snapchat and Instagram increase depression and loneliness. Given the reason why, do the results apply in work settings?
Over the past few days I’ve bounced a couple of ideas off different people. My intent was to help them think through a decision they were facing by suggesting another way of thinking about it. The nature of the ideas are inconsequential for this discussion, but in both […]
It’s not a good idea to attempt to flip an apple pie. It’s not a pancake. But despite the poor visual experience, it was all eaten.
When medical supplies have to be delivered urgently and the roads are washed out, look to the sky. Thanks to Zipline and its work in Rwanda and Ghana.
Coincidence is “apparent mere chance,” but it is also a designable event of common incidence. What “coincidences” would be useful for you?
What if the phrase isn’t a snippet of advice about people but actually a secret recipe for getting better?
What happens when you mix an unexpected package delivery with a video doorbell and a Tesla in the car port?