“A book is nothing but a cube of hot, smoking conscience.”
The New Workplace Is Agile, and Nonstop. Can You Keep Up? NYT. Just what we need. Another management fad. Here’s one “agile computing” debacle, although, to be fair, it was perhaps not truly agile
Teaching ‘1984’ in 2016
Crispin Hull, Newsport, 19/11/16. Behavioural psychology’s The Ultimatum Game demolished the idea that humans will act in rational self-interest. In the game, a Proposer divides $100 between the Proposer and a Responder – anywhere between $50-$50 to $99-$1. The Ultimatum Games appears now to have taken on in politics.
The first thing I do is make coffee and read the deep bloggers; feeling engaged and part of the world allows me to orient myself, it posits me in the here and now, it wakes me up ...
Mistakes are a fact of life; they are building blocks, stepping-stones, the way we learn new things. Columbus wasn’t looking for a New World, he was searching for a route to spices. All mistakes teach us something, so there are, in reality, no mistakes. Just things we learn