Echoes for 7 October 2020

Today’s missives are two examples of how sometimes you don’t have to follow the rules. Especially if the rules aren’t, in fact, rules at all. Use your email inbox as a “to do list” “Whatever you do, don’t use your email inbox as a to do list.” Because… why? It’s Read more…

Echoes for 17 September 2020

Wait, what? Yes, it’s back. First post in four months. I thought I’d cover a few small points about Apple’s latest OS releases. I’ve been living with the iOS, iPadOS, and watchOS releases since early in the beta cycle, though some features only appeared with the final release this week. Read more…

Echoes for 16 May 2020

You’re all wrong. No, really. Open Plan Offices The other day I saw this tweet and it set off my self-serving data detector. The language is the first clue. “…everyone with half a brain…” Well this person has two halves in working order and decided to read the linked document. Read more…

Echoes for 6 May 2020

Another grab bag of out-loud thinking. Health I think the global pandemic has shown us two things. First, our health officials are, for the most part, very knowledgeable individuals and, in team with an equally capable government, able to handle such an event very well. Second, I think our District Read more…