Have you been to a PechaKucha Night? These lively events feature short, six-minute presentations with precisely 20 slides -- each slide … [Read more...] about PechaKucha Night Fullerton
On St. Patrick's Day, March 17th, 2013, I completed the LA Marathon--my second marathon, and the first in over five years. Though my … [Read more...] about Why I Ran the LA Marathon
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Back in October 2012, LinkedIn announced a redesigned profile page. They've been slowly rolling it out to users, and finally updated mine … [Read more...] about The New Linkedin Profile: Love It or Hate It?
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November is an extremely busy month for me, for a variety of reasons. Here are just two: Knowvember is an annual celebration at work with … [Read more...] about November, Movember, Knowvember: Day 1
Two weeks ago I spoke in Moscow at Knowledge Management for the Oil and Gas Sector: Project Optimization and Business Efficiency. This … [Read more...] about The Power of Knowledge Discovery in Moscow