Hold your horses

A time and motion study was conducted in the 1940s to identify ways to improve the efficiency of firing a mobile artillery piece — either to speed up the number of rounds in a given time and/or decrease the required number of people it took to do it – almost a classic definition of “productivity.”

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Engaging Art

On Saturday afternoon, a dozen of us talked about inspirational encounters with art. Art, and I refer to high Art, once intimidated me. I spent time trying to figure out what made it great. In time, my attention drifted from the art itself to people’s relationship to the art. Hence….

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Flipped out


I bought a Flip camcorder last week from Amazon and took it on a weekend trip to Point Reyes National Seashore. It is almost impossible to believe something this small, lightweight, and cheap can pack so much power and fun into a unit that slides into your shirt pocket.

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The Reflective Visualizer

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