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A Little Ludwig Goes A Long Way

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Recent Books — March of Folly, Hawley, Haigh, Lee, Birds

Sat, 22 Apr 2017 23:01:24 +0000

The March of Folly by Barbara Tuchman. Not a new book but pretty timeless lessons. Our country is certainly making missteps yet again in the Middle East. Before the Fall by Noah Hawley. Excellent mystery about the crash of a private plane, in which every passenger and crew member has secrets that may have been […]

We don’t get to just move on from the healthcare discussion

Sat, 25 Mar 2017 16:53:36 +0000

The AHCA has failed and people are frustrated and tired. The Republicans want to move on. Trump wants to move on. Some Dems want to gloat. But there is no moving on from this discussion, healthcare is too central an issue in people’s lives. The AHCA was a political construct. It was “designed” to meet […]

Atlassian, you exhaust me.

Tue, 07 Mar 2017 07:23:50 +0000

Jira dashboards, boards, projects, issues, sprints, backlogs, queries, filters, versions, epics. Confluence spaces, categories, pages, people. Bamboo plans, projects, deployment projects. Hipchat teams, rooms. Trello boards, lists, cards. Atlassian products have more ways to group and scope content, each of which has a million attributes and quirks. It is exhausting and I find myself pushed […]

Recent Books — Other Minds, Last Days of Night, eVolo, Kevin Kelly

Tue, 07 Mar 2017 03:58:24 +0000

Other Minds by Peter Godfrey-Smith. A dive into the nature of consciousness and how it might vary across entities, with a deep look at cephalopods, who have a very different nervous system than humans. Most fascinating to me was the description of their skin, with its color change capability, embedded photoreceptors, and highly distributed nervous […]

Recent Books – Ove, Orphan Master’s Son, Bryson, American Nations, Hillbilly Elegy, Marauders

Tue, 21 Feb 2017 06:10:05 +0000

A Man Called Ove by Fredrick Backman. A touching tale of an elderly man dealing with the loss of his wife and the changes in the world around him. Definitely interested in seeing the movie, a great character. The Orphan Master’s Son by Adam Johnson.  A life of adaptation and survival in North Korea.  A […]

Anonymous Twitter Recipe

Mon, 20 Feb 2017 15:43:39 +0000

Not that i need to do this, but a useful guide at the intercept. is now part of Xevo

Thu, 15 Dec 2016 15:47:28 +0000

Been working on this for quite a while, our team is now part of Xevo ( Very excited to join Xevo, the founder of Xevo is Satoshi Nakajima, former colleague at Ignition and at Microsoft, someone who I have long enjoyed working with. And the rest of the team at Xevo is just great, and […]

AMZN should make their own home automation gear

Sun, 27 Nov 2016 18:03:16 +0000

I purchased a TP-Link Smart Plug, a top seller in home improvement, to control turning on and off our Christmas tree lights from our Amazon Echo. The final working solution is pretty slick, it works reliably, and it is pretty tolerant of slight differences in phrasing. But setup was a long path of horrible. Create […]

Let’s stay positive and focus on Seattle and the West Coast

Wed, 16 Nov 2016 08:09:35 +0000

I find myself a little befuddled these days about our country. Some days I find myself feeling a lot of anger. The decision by a significant minority of our electorate to hand the reins of government to an unfit man, for the sake of unspecified change, is difficult to understand. But I can’t control what […]

Recent Books — Queenpin, Emerald Lie

Sat, 22 Oct 2016 05:05:17 +0000

Queenpin by Megan Abbott. Wow this was a fun noir tale of a young woman working her way up the seamy underside of the city. Really enjoyed it. The Emerald Lie by Ken Bruen. A detective tale of a sort, tho the detective basically is a drunk who stomps around like a bull in a […]