By Thomas Otter on June 9, 2010
Cross posted on my Gartner blog. As some of my readers know I’m a keen but slow amateur cyclist. It is a sport that doesn’t really lead to flexibility, the opposite in fact. I need to stretch if I’m going to have any sort of suppleness, so I have made a conscious decision to stretch […]
By Thomas Otter on March 23, 2010
I’m featuring two academics for this year’s Ada Lovelace day. It is an international day of blogging to celebrate the achievements of women in technology and science. Firstly: Dr Sue Black. I’ve not met Sue, except on twitter, but I have admired her efforts to support Bletchley Park for some time now. She blogs about […]
By Craig Cmehil on March 19, 2010
Today’s show is taking a look at hobbies and specifically digital hobbies and how these can actually help to reduce stress similar to the art of drawing, sketching or painting despite the fact they exist in a digital form.
By Sig Rinde on January 19, 2010
These four concepts makes humanity move forward. They’re basic requirements for every day work as well as for Big Important Decisions, hence nothing to take lightly. Indeed, if possible to grasp, sort, handle, and model efficiently we would all be…
By Thomas Otter on November 23, 2009
No, Time, thou shalt not boast that I do change:Thy pyramids built up with newer mightTo me are nothing novel, nothing strange;They are but dressings of a former sight.Our dates are brief, and therefore we admireWhat thou dost foist upon us that is old;And rather make them born to our desireThan think that we before […]
By Craig Cmehil on November 6, 2009
Today’s show was the first for the past 4 weeks but finally we’re back on the air! My focus today was around “OMG” as in SMS/Chat Lingo – Mobile – Enterprise and the future.
Anne and her visa issues
Abesh and his new job
Martin Lang and meeting people going to the bathroom
Marilyn and her presentations […]
By Thomas Otter on September 25, 2009
(photo CC 2.o attribution, thanks to g-hat!)
World leaders are gathering in Pittsburgh to discuss banking reform and other pressing matters. According to the Guardian, the discussions are likely to be rocky.
European leaders appeared to be on a collision course tonight with Barack Obama and Gordon Brown after Angela Merkel, the German chancellor, warned that […]
By Craig Cmehil on September 18, 2009
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Today’s show was about writing books, books written, pressure, stress and of course the upcoming SAP TechEd 2009 events!
Happy Birthday Mom
Homecamp site relaunch
RIA Hacker Night