I might have a mild obsession with a particular way of thinking about design. It's not entirely complementary.
Inevitable 6:30pm nbn congestion is preventing my end-of-week iTunes rental loading.
Instagram is getting very aggressive with the algorithmic timeline. I'm seeing things that are a week old.
Sometimes I think about blogging with Jekyll instead of WordPress. But after getting to step 27 in a tutorial, the feeling passes.
Trying another short post.
Let's see how this goes.
Following up on PhD Skill Arbitrage, here's some things I read while thinking about that post. From academia to industry: a short guide at the NatureJobs blog Transferable skills: Helping PhDs and postdocs find careers also at the NatureJobs blog Transferable skills: Keys for standing out from the crowd again, at NatureJobs (Gee, you’d think … Continue reading A collection of advice on going from academia to industry
Great post at The Nib about dressing like a duck.
Richard Rumelt1 on bad strategy: By the early 2000s, the juxtaposition of vision-led leadership and strategy work had produced a template-style system of strategic planning. (Type “vision mission strategy” into a search engine and you’ll find thousands of examples of this kind of template for sale and in use.) The template looks like this: The … Continue reading Bad strategy and good strategy
Last week I had the great pleasure of being interviewed by Professor Geraldine Fitzpatrick on the Changing Academic Life podcast.
Hey, look the Chief Scientist has similar opinions to me about that value of university degrees.
Posting straight to WordPress with the new Ulysses update is pretty great.