RIP Ed Auld

Ed Auld made a big difference in my life. I'm gonna miss him. Here is more detail on his passing from UBC Physics director earlier today.It is with great sorrow that I pass on the information that Professor Emeritus Edward Auld passed away yesterday, in his sleep. During a career that was passionately devoted to... Continue Reading →

Uncle Dynamite … is LOL!

I'm loving PG Wodehouse's Uncle Fred books. His full name is "Frederick Altamont Cornwallis Twistleton, 5th Earl of Ickenham". He's spreading "Sweetness and Light" at the Dog Races with his nephew Pongo. He's a "complications are the spice of life kinda chap". I just finished, and highly recommend, Uncle Dynamite on audible. The narrator Jonathan... Continue Reading →

Steve Jobs Photos » Fortune

Dave W sent me this link to a gallery of Steve Jobs photo's over at Fortune mag. It brings back a lot of memories for me as a Mac User. My first experience with Jobs and Mac was back in high-school where I learned to program in basic on the Apple II.

Week 2 – Customer Discovery & Listening

My favorite part of presenting the customer discovery process is a discussion of the attributes of listening that I got from Marshall Goldsmith's "What Got You Here, Won't Get You There". This is a subset of the "Dating Skills for Engineers" presentation. A big "Thank You" to Bill R for his presentation on the early... Continue Reading →

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