Reading Time: < 1 minute It really doesn’t take much to get me excited. I was in a Powerpoint training class the other day. The class was okay… I got a couple of tips. The biggest one that I walked away with, though, didn’t have anything to do with Powerpoint. The trainer was showing us how to drop a screenshot of a window into our presentation. I always hit the PRT SC button (Print Screen) and would crop the picture
Reading Time: < 1 minute Ignore Last Cookie This is the best fortune cookie message I’ve ever seen. Read after enjoying some Thai Chicken at Panda Express on Friday.
Reading Time: 2 minutes This last weekend, I had a fantastic business/personal trip up to Victoria and Vancouver, British Columbia. I graduated from High School in Vancouver 20 years ago and have only been back twice. It’s an incredible city – clean, beautiful, modern and healthy. I spent some time with my best friend from High School and we even got 9 holes of golf in. It was a spectacular weekend! (And the business went well, too!) I noticed
Reading Time: < 1 minute I’ve been wanting to follow up my Open = Growth post for a while. Described in that post is the likelihood of success when folks concentrate on how their solutions can be integrated with other solutions. There’s a flip side to this, and that’s for companies to limit the functionality of their solutions to the core of how they are used. Adding a plethora of products, services, and features can be dangerous. Programmers call it
Reading Time: < 1 minute There were folks across the country that breathed a sigh of relief in seeing the Shuttle Discovery successfully launch. There are those that believe that the billions of dollars spent on the space program is just a huge waste of money. I couldn’t disagree more. As with this latest launch, setting goals that are virtually impossible to attain are what drives us to innovation and progress. The space program is one of those programs that