2022: The Books

Another year behind us, and as I’ve done in previous years, I’m doing a recap of the books I’ve read in the year that has passed. This year, I've read 27 books, which is apparently the new par for the course. And as always, it's been a combination of classic fiction, topical books, and books … Continue reading 2022: The Books

Innovation: How To Know What To Do

If you have the right mandate, working in Digital Innovation you should have a pretty broad range of products, technologies, and projects you can do. But this can lead to paralysis-by-options, where what can do keeps you from figuring out what you should do. But there's a fix. Knowing how to prioritize any new proposal … Continue reading Innovation: How To Know What To Do

Apple Watch Ultra – Long(ish) term review

Back in September, Apple launched the new "pro" edition of their Watch, called the Watch Ultra. And a rare bit of fanboy-ing, I preordered it the next day. A few days after the release of it, I got mine in the mail. So what's it like, about two months in? Let's take a look. I've … Continue reading Apple Watch Ultra – Long(ish) term review

The State of The Home Office

COVID isn't gone, of course, but outside of a few select countries, it does seem like nation-wide lockdowns and work-from-home mandates are behind us for now. Which begs the question, where are we with working from home? First of all, it's been rebranded. Maybe its because "work from home" has a lockdown ring to it, … Continue reading The State of The Home Office

Friday Dose of Good News

Scientists from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) have developed a method to create a plant oil from microalgae that can replace palm oil. Not only will this help save vulnerable jungle ecosystems, in particular in South-East Asia, as well as climate-critical mangrove growth, the oil it produces is also better for human consumption. Palm … Continue reading Friday Dose of Good News