LEGO (March 4, 2006, 0) - I got the robot to do what I wanted to. It was a nifty program. Didn’t
work in the real world, but well, that’s life.
I don’t feel like much of a computer scientist, though. I’m supposed
to be thrilled that I got it to work, but now that it’s done, I find
that I don’t care about the
Contact me (May 25, 2008, 11) - Got an idea? Have a question? Looking for a mentor? I’d love to learn and share! Check out some topics I love helping people with, and ask/share whatever you like.
I prefer blog comments, Twitter, e-mail, text messages, then phone calls (+1 416 823 2669), in that order.
If it’s urgent, call me on my cellphone or
Around the watercooler (January 24, 2010, 1) - I attended a virtual watercooler session for the IBM CommunityBuilders community yesterday afternoon. It was great hearing from other people who are also figuring out how to help others use social networking tools to build community. We’re dealing with many of the same issues: encouraging adoption, facilitating participation, keeping up to date. One of the
Hot chocolate day (March 14, 2006, 0) - Dominique and Clair both asked if I was okay. I was, you know. The
Skype party last Saturday was a fantastic way to start my day, and my
friends here could tell you how I was floating. But I guess it wasn’t
… and I find myself hating this in-between life.
I don’t hate Canada. Despite the weather, Canada
Steeped in collaboration (March 14, 2010, 1) - Real World Strategy wrote of me:
Here is somebody in their mid twenties who has already spent a decade immersed in a world of collaboration and web based networking. As William Gibson said, “The future is already here – it is just unevenly distributed”.
This is interesting, because I’m both leading and following, learning from what’s new