Chocolate and Vodka :: Sony’s sparklingly stupid DRM solution
Seven Types of Organizational DNA
Test photo-blog entry using Hello to post.
David Harris’ Science & Literature: On giving scientific and humanistic presentations. See Presenting information: Paper vs. Presentation
In an article on The Decision Making Process, Dave Pollard states, “One of the value propositions for Knowledge Management is to improve decision-making.” Personally I believe that the ultimate value, for an organization, of well implemented knowledge management is to take away the need to “consciously” make decisions at all (the rational and moral / […]
McGee’s Musings: Can adults learn? Of course they can. But only if they choose to.
To help keep my 11 year old from getting bored this summer, I am going to teach him how to play chess. He is very interested (and good at) turn-based, strategy games based on trading cards (Yugi-oh, Magic the Gathering) and I think the transition to chess is a natural one. To get myself back […]
Knowledge Jolt with Jack: Task slippage isn’t the point
Column Two: User-centered research: a status report
Edward Tufte: Ask E.T. forum I originally saw this in a post on McGee’s musings.