This week Extreme Tech carries an article entitled Does Moore’s Law Help or Hinder the PC Industry? that sheds some light on leveraging social networks. In the world of transistors…
“Moore’s Law is frequently misquoted, and frequently misrepresented,” noted Gammage. While most people believe it Continue reading Moore’s Social Law
Last month I purchased a Business Class ticket from Oakland to London with return to San Francisco. The cost was $4339.50. Copies of receipts and boarding pass stubs are attached.
The flight to London was fine, but when my plane arrived in New York from London, my baggage did not arrive Continue reading An email of complaint sent to Air India
Last week in London, I noticed that Human Capital Management had picked up a story I’d written for Learning Light.
Letter from Silicon Valley, January 2007
by Jay Cross, Internet Time Group
2007: Man plans; God laughs.
Every year at this time, we Americans take a break from thinking only a quarter-year Continue reading Belated predictions
I’ve been bouncing around more than usual, not recovering from Boston before heading to London and now off to North Carolina tomorrow.
Here’s the port hole in my cabin on my boat hotel next to the London Excel Center. The five-floor yacht was built in Finland. The buttons on the phone were in Finnish. Continue reading HRD07, London
In London last Friday I led a conversation at Ambient Performance‘s “Seriously Mobile Summit — The Mobile Internet: Working in Real Time.” My topic was originally Informal Learning Goes Mobile. Too boring. Ron Edwards and I renamed the talk:
The audience had already drunk the web 2.0 Continue reading Now what?
My friend David Grebow emailed me:
I was talking with a teacher last month about learning and she mentioned that repeating and testing do not work. She uses the 10-24-7 rule. Teach a new concept, repeat it 10 minutes later, repeat it 24 hours later and then one week later to transmute short-term memory Continue reading Multi-tasking: great way to do more than one thing poorly at once?
My suitcase was at Heathrow Airport a couple of days ago; no one seems to know where it is now. Carting people around the world is a complex business. Stuff happens. I understand that. What I don’t understand is how airlines can have so little empathy for their customers and expect to stay in business.
I Continue reading Not meeting expectations
I am back in Berkeley after a longer-than-expected flight home from Barcelona. British Airways failed to send my suitcase from Heathrow to Calgary yesterday. A two-hour runaround by clueless airline personnel caused me to miss my flight to San Francisco. I spent last night in a Quality Inn. in the nude Continue reading Grab bag