Monthly Archives: July 2009

If Chess were Played like Some Companies do New Media Marketing

I suck at chess. I thought we’d just get that out of the way up front. You see chess is a game of both strategy and tactics. Strategy deals with the longer term aims of the game, positional or material … Continue reading

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Digital Nomad – What’s in your Mobile Toolbox?

The best thing about working from home is that you are at home. The worst thing about working from home is… well…you are at home, and that is especially true during the school holidays. With my wife also working at … Continue reading

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Landing a Parascender on Obzor Beach

Cameron and I parascending in Obzor, Bulgaria.

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Chrome OS – A new Operating System from Google

I go away on holiday, not turning my back for five minutes, and what happens? Google go and announce a new operating system (Chrome OS). Can I not leave you alone for two minutes? You’re worse than the kids! Seriously … Continue reading

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XAF – Distributed Pair Programming and Fast Prototyping

Using XAF recently reminded me of my Smalltalk days in the early ‘90s, more on why that was at the end of the post, but for now let’s talk about pair programming. You know about pair programming right? It’s a … Continue reading

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