A few years ago I was introduced to the world of podcasts. My introduction began with the Stanford eCorner podcasts. I could listen anywhere: car, office, home, or during exercise! The notion of creativity and the spirit of entrepreneurship were
In 2009 (ten years ago! how can it have been so long!), Amanda Olsen worked diligently on a project to use an open source programming language (Octave) to create a toolbox. I wrote about and provided links to the toolbox
In 2016, co-author Melissa Venable and I were given the opportunity to present at #olcaccelerate, OLC’s Accelerate conference. Here’s our slideshow.
In a previous post, I wrote about some good reasons to keep work journals. What I didn’t talk about was how I do exactly that. Let’s talk, first, about how to keep the journal and then, second, we can talk
In my first job with administrative overtones, my provost asked me to keep a work journal (at first) so he could see how I was working. I liked the process so much that I’ve maintained it across several years, although