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- 08/11/17--07:46: United Airlines has a learning disability
- 10/11/17--07:52: Travel hack: Never lose another work transponder!
- 12/25/17--08:29: The allure of libraries, magic and rare books
- 12/31/17--10:36: “Call Me By Your Name, Tonya”: A movie review mashup
- 01/24/18--15:20: Tips for career-building reading in 2018
- 02/24/18--11:07: A Business Communication Reading List
- 03/24/18--00:22: This year’s NPR Austin 100 includes impeccable break-up advice
- 04/09/18--07:23: The Ethics of Autonomous Vehicles
- 05/29/18--08:57: Personal Mission Statements are dumb
- 06/02/18--08:28: Wolves, Trains and Automobiles: The Domestication of A.I.
- 08/29/18--11:05: Time management for the career-minded
- 11/03/18--05:58: Civil is down but not out: A blockchain failure to launch
- 11/14/18--07:28: FilmStruck: Can you ever forgive me?
United, this is no way to run a business!
My fellow road warriors can relate: They rent a car while on a project and don’t want their client to have to pay the insanely high costs of toll surcharges that the rental services charge. They know it well. But if you’re not a frequent traveler, I’ll explain. Car rental services are similar to hotels. … Continue reading Travel hack: Never lose another work transponder!
I'm in Accenture's Personalization and Customer Analytics practice. That means I help clients use customer information to provide them with better digital experiences. It's literally a dream job. A few weeks ago, it led me to touch mHUB.
Small towns can be inhospitable to shy kids with big imaginations. Libraries can be their safe haven. They certainly were for me.
You couldn’t find two less similar films than Call Me By Your Name and I, Tanya. I saw them both last week, loved them, and am now sharing my thoughts in a single review.
Building your career in 2018? Or perhaps you're looking to make a change in your current situation. Either way, you may be surprised to learn how educational and inspirational your reading list can be.
A business communication professor, lo those many years ago, showed me that communicating in business is hard. It's also vital to career success. Here's a list of reading.
I'm sure there will be other songs from the 2018 collection that will go into heavy rotation, but here's my initial song crush: Lucy Dacus delivering a small masterpiece on coping with a broken heart.
This Friday my colleagues at the Accenture Digital Hub in downtown Chicago will be participating in a lunchtime consortium. It’s a debate of sorts. The topic is autonomous vehicles and ethics. I can’t make it, so volunteered to compose a little “thought-starter.” Here it is: Dear Fellow “Digital Hubsians,” Since I can’t be present, I … Continue reading The Ethics of Autonomous Vehicles
That’s how I felt 25 years ago, when I was working on a system to improve my work and life focus. The concept made sense, it wasn’t that. Stephen Covey of Seven Habits fame conjectured, to paraphrase: “What good is ‘climbing the ladder’ if you reach the top and realize it’s against the wrong building?” … Continue reading Personal Mission Statements are dumb
I’ve thought and read a lot about artificial intelligence (AI). Particularly, its potential threat to us, its human creators. I’m not much for doomsday theories, but I admit I was inclined to fear the worst. To put things at their most melodramatic, I worried we might be unwittingly creating our own eventual slave masters. But … Continue reading Wolves, Trains and Automobiles: The Domestication of A.I.
This post was originally appeared on the Accenture Careers blog. TL;DR Choose a time management system that’s built to last, integrate work / life balance into your system and prioritize tasks strategically. Ultimately, keep the promises you make to yourself and your community. What qualifies me, you might ask, to tell you about time management? … Continue reading Time management for the career-minded
I learned about Civil through a podcast. If you know me well this will not shock you. I make a steady diet of podcasts, and many are about emerging technologies. The ZigZag podcast series, by Jen Poyant and Manoush Zomorodi, is one of the most entertaining and educational in my playlist. A bit of a … Continue reading Civil is down but not out: A blockchain failure to launch
Friend, Romans, cinephiles, lend me your ears. I am here not to praise FilmStruck but to bury it. This is not a popular opinion. The near consensus after the announced plans to shutter the movie streaming service, three weeks ago, was one of mourning. For good reason: It’s an exclusive source for many foreign, classic … Continue reading FilmStruck: Can you ever forgive me?