Wow, lots of catching up to do. I’ve been writing a weekly set of notes for students at Acuitus’ school for veterans, and that’s taken all my Thursday material for the most part. It just dawned on me that I could have been posting those notes here too. Oops.
- If you’re feeling handy, why not build your own working digital computer out of paperclips? That’s how they did it back in 1967.
- Steve Sinofsky ran the Office and Windows divisions at Microsoft. Every article he writes is worth reading carefully, but especially this one: Using meetings to be more effective.
- If you don’t have two-factor authentication enabled, you really should. Why? It can save your bacon. Here’s how to do it for Microsoft accounts, Google accounts, and Facebook.
- Really interesting paper, “Marching Towards the Sweet Spot: Options for the US Marine Corps in a Time of Austerity“
- I now have my FAA high-performance endorsement (which doesn’t mean what you probably think it does) and am checked out in the flying club’s Cessna 182. Time for some more flying!