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Bryan Zug's blog on interactive development and the art of thriving in a world of change.

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Seattle Mind Camp 5: Sustainable Work/Life Patterns

Fri, 21 Nov 2008 18:43:55 +0000

Kendall Guillemette and I are gonna get a discussion session together at Seattle Mind Camp tomorrow on sustainable work/life patterns. We’re calling it “Seattle Mind Camp 5: Sustainable Work/Life Patterns (…is Calacanis a Saint? Something Else?)”. See flier below. Some seeds for the discussion — How do you structure your work? Is banking on a […]

Cardboard Sign Devs: The Movie

Fri, 14 Sep 2007 22:10:43 +0000

From the hilarious, but a little too close to home dept —

CANCELLED: GTD Meetup for March 26

Mon, 26 Mar 2007 23:34:46 +0000

Tonight’s GTD Meetup where I was going to lead a discussion has been cancelled due to venue double booking. We’ll be rescheduling and will keep you posted. If anyone knows of a good alternate venue with wifi, please ping me so I can pass word along to Mike Wilkerson, the organizer.

Leading Discussion at Seattle GTD Meetup on Monday

Sat, 24 Mar 2007 14:11:57 +0000

I’ll be leading an informal discussion of some of the online project / task collaboration tools I’ve used at the Seattle GTD Meetup at 7 PM this Monday, March 26th at Hale’s Ales in Ballard. Drop by and say hello — I plan on giving an overview of Basecamp, activeCollab, and my new favorite Vitalist.

Great Primer on Open Source Folkways

Thu, 15 Mar 2007 14:38:01 +0000

A couple of weeks ago I noticed that two good friends of mine here in Seattle were cross posting on their blogs about Flash/Flex momentum and how a healthy open source governance structure might be helpful in pushing momentum even further. My natural question — have you guys met face to face? Wanna grab some […]

Gratitude as the driving force behind Google

Thu, 28 Sep 2006 14:28:11 +0000

Here is a cool quote about what drives Google engineers — The thing that drives the right behavior at Google, more than anything else, more than all the other things combined, is gratitude. It is well buried in this long articulate rant by Steve Yegge on why most Agile development hype is akin to sci-fi […]

Berkun on ‘How to detect bullshit’

Mon, 14 Aug 2006 20:37:40 +0000

From Berkun’s latest ‘How to detect bullshit’ White lies are the spackle of civilization That is awesome.

Creating Passionate Users: Organic creativity: the Roomba process

Mon, 31 Jul 2006 14:03:51 +0000

Kathy Sierra does it once again in Organic creativity: the Roomba process, this time summing up the importance of agile development methodology in a tight metaphor –– “the Roomba approach to organic design” –– While this don’t-plan-every-damn-thing-in-advance model has started to gain popularity in the software development world, most, um, old-style programmers like me had an […]

The Seattle Getting Things Done July Meetup

Wed, 05 Jul 2006 13:11:03 +0000

UPDATE: Due to a hearty response, location has been moved to Hale’s Ales in Frelard at 7:00 pm. Details at — Am going to try to make the The Seattle Getting Things Done Meetup — 7pm, July 17th at Dad Watsons in Freemont. Mike Wilkerson is organizing and will be demo’ing his Tablet PC […]

The eLearning Access/UX Shell Game

Thu, 09 Feb 2006 13:33:55 +0000

One of the most overlooked necessities of success for an eLearning system is easy self-service access (and navigation). Ever since the cut-to-the-chase design of Google’s interface beat the everything-plus-the-kitchen-sink design of MSN and others, clear and simple “Don’t Make Me Think” system design has become the expected norm of nominal users everywhere. And, when it […]