Schadenfreude (May 20, 2006, 0) -
schadenfreude: pleasure taken from someone else’s misfortune
It’s always nice to know that I have friends who read my blog and LAUGH AT MY PROBLEMS! ;)
(23:05:34) happy_eclair: you talk to Mark on your blog
(23:05:36) happy_eclair: how amusing!
(23:05:37) happy_eclair: hahahaha
(23:05:46) sachachua83: <laugh>
(23:05:50) sachachua83: He reads it once in a while...
(23:05:59) happy_eclair: :))
(23:06:09) happy_eclair: yeah, the panicking on
Geek-out weekend (January 17, 2005, 0) - Had a fantastic weekend geeking out. Saturday’s TLUG technical
presentation introduced me to the joys of Squeak, and I stayed as late
as I could for the karaoke and stuff. Sunday was cold, dreary, and
rainy. This turned out to be a very good thing, although it was gloomy
in the beginning. Rain makes street performers scarce, so I
If imitation is the highest form of flattery, I must be very boring (February 3, 2005, 0) - sassylawyer has been plagiarized. That got me to
thinking about plagiarism, and you know? I don’t think I’ve ever been
badly plagiarized. Probably not a single line maliciously lifted from my Ph104 or
No one reposts me to get +5 Insightful or to increase post count on
some bulletin board. I saw a number of Google queries poking
Presented Remote Presentations That Rock v2 for the Best of TLE 2009 series (May 21, 2010, 0) - I presented “Remote Presentations That Rock” as part of the IBM Best of Technical Leadership Exchange series.
What worked well? What can I improve next time?
The one-slide summary format gave me lots of flexibility.
I told a few more mini-stories. Yay! Next time, I can sprinkle more examples and anecdotes into my talk.
Apparently, people remember
Transcript: Blogging (Part 3): Blogging and other social tools (September 15, 2011, 0) - Hat-tip to Holly Tse for organizing this interview!
HT: You mentioned social media, so… If you have a blog, how does Facebook and Twitter fit into the mix? Do they need to fit in the mix?
SC: You can if you want to. You don’t have to. What I often find is that my blog is the