Commentary / Notes on How do Good Ideas Spread #DTActionLab

Some random ramblings on “How Do Good Ideas Spread” This is more along the line of notes and insights I picked up from the article for my own purposes rather than a formal blog post. Excuse the scatterbrainess. **************** From Twitter *************** Dana Mitroff Silvers ?@dmitroff7h Good article for #DTActionLab #VirtualLibrary: “How Do Good Ideas Spread?”in […]

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Technical Communication, Ideas from Politics

Irrespective of how one leans politically, I dont think anyone would contest that Bill Clinton is an excellent speaker. He has an uncanny ability to connect with an audience… the following article presents some insights which seeming would also apply to technical communications. http://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2012/09/why-bill-clintons-speeches-succeed/262032/ Why Bill Clinton’s Speeches Succeed Because he treats listeners as if […]

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Whats up with folks inability to design/manufacturer LiIon batteries which dont blow

In the last few years, we had laptop batteries, cell phone batteries, drill batteries, and now perhaps even the ipod…. Japan Warns Of iPod Fire Risks – Podcasting News. There really is no rocket science to designing LiIon protection circuitry, nor manufacturing such… but the risk of botching it is significant, thus care is needed. […]

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OpenProj a open source replacement for MS project

OpenProj | Projity Yep, its a replacement for it, including the rather troublesome focus on time constraint scheduling, rather than resource constrained. Its been that way since I first used MS project roughly 15 years ago. Realistically though, for many projects, that focus works pretty well. Ie, for building a house, doing a business changeover, […]

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