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I have degrees and work experience in both the Computer Science and Psychology fields. As "social computing" matures, Agile drives our design, business governs IT, and mass collaboration and democratization shape our culture, the intersection between the "black and white" of Computer Science and the "gray" of Psychology are a continual source of interest and observation for me.
Monthly Archives: March 2014
I am a huge open source proponent, not just because of all the advantages it brings to the world, but also because the community demonstrates a way of doing things that is exciting because it so incredibly successful, surprising and, in … Continue reading
Where I have been: Over 30 years of applying technical and cultural change to the inception, initiation, development, sales, and delivery of client-centered strategies and solutions as products, consulting services, or C-Level advisory functions. Where I’d like to be: To … Continue reading
Benjamin Franklin makes the observation that it is the used keys that are shiny. There is no intent to keep the key shiny, but it is a happy side effect of their use (unintended consequence). Since I read this in … Continue reading
Stephen Hawkings – Without Imperfections neither you nor I would exist. In looking at the big-bang, it is clear even to a laymen such as me that the entire universe in all its splendor exists because of minor amounts of … Continue reading