Loonshot: a widely dismissed idea whose champions are often written off as crazy.
“Figuring out how to build a sustainable culture … wasn’t a singular assignment. It was a day-in-day-out, full-time job.”
“The world makes much less sense than you think. The coherence comes mostly from the way your mind works.”
“The human mind does not run on logic any more than a horse runs on petrol.”
With some changes at The Day Job™ I can no longer get to a lot of important things on my iPad (this, as I’m sure many of you will relate to, is a blessing and a curse). So I took a company laptop. After working on the iPad for over six months, how is that working out for me?
It’s been a few months since I sold my trusty MacBook and bought an iPad Pro, with the idea of performing all mobile compute on the latter. How has it gone?
The latest iPad Pro release has carried with it the same furore as the iPhone 7 did … the lack of a traditional headphone socket. I’ve been using a DragonFly DAC, with a tiny USB-C -> USB3 adapter, and it works a treat.
“Just type this invoice up for me will you please?” asked a sheepish looking Malcolm. “I do have better things to do you know” I replied. “Yes, yes, I know. But who else is going to do it?” “Give it here then!”
On October 7th I gave a talk at the IPExpo show about getting from legacy IT to the modern idea of DevOps.
When I was a young lad I had my heart set on being a car designer when I grew up. This dream carried on into my teens, then for some reason it vanished. Around the same time I discovered I could ‘work’ computers, and that I quite enjoyed it.