Today’s networked era requires a new way to make Continue reading Not Your Father’s ROI
In the past three weeks, I have been scanned, patted down, forced to remove my belt and shoes, and asked to wait in line for the privilege, in San Francisco, London, Lisbon, Madrid, and Philadelphia.
Collectively, we’re wasting hundreds of millions of dollars on this nonsense, money that could Continue reading President Obama, tear down this wall!
Like classrooms in training, blogs will always be around. But also like classrooms, blogs are ceasing to be the primary source of value.
While I write a Continue reading Streams, not blogs?
For my brief stay in Madrid, my guidebook is Top 10 Madrid, from DK Eyewitness Travel. It is excellent, a most useful hip-pocket compendium of maps, things to see, restaurants, foods, shops, neighborhoods, and history, structured as a series of top 10 lists.
The book has me thinking in 10’s. Continue reading Ten differences between Madrid and Berkeley
I am staying at the Hotel Hi Tech President in Madrid. Don’t follow in my footsteps. There’s a PC in my room; it doesn’t work because no one has installed the HP set-up software. There’s a mini-bar that keeps the drinks lukewarm.The wi-fi is painfully slow.
Today I walked the galleries of the Continue reading Infuriating style-over-substance hotel
My unbook, Working Smarter: Boosting Brainpower for Fun & Profit, is now on sale at Amazon for $14.
This is a book for business managers about applying common sense to the task of building workforces that improve performance naturally, without prodding. It’s about eliminating training bureaucracy Continue reading Unbook update
Last month, immigration officials began hassling me because every square inch of my passport was filled up with stamps and visas. I mailed it to Washington to have extra visa pages inserted. Now I’m sweating bullets because I’m supposed to fly to London on Sunday and my passport is in transit and Continue reading On the road again