Adding a QR code to your Events

Every once in a while, industry tools make the jump to mainstream. I think the QR codes are going to be one of those. Unlike the ill-timed Forbes jump into the CueCat, as well as Microsoft’s Tag Reader, QR codes are free to create, free to read and with this technote, hopefully, . . . → Read More: Adding a QR code to your Events

Two Brief Ideas: innovation joy and spiffing up Eventbrite

I’m developing the discipline to post more often, so I’ve put these two ideas together, because neither was really enough for a post.

Innovation Joy

Who would ever have thought that redeeming IRA shares could be described as a wonderful experience? Just got off the phone with the no-load industry leader (yep, . . . → Read More: Two Brief Ideas: innovation joy and spiffing up Eventbrite

Douglas Rushkoff, Program or Be Programmed

This is my paraphrased non-verbatim transcription of Me, Losing It which Douglas posted on 11Jan11, last week.

Thanks to @eharrisondotorg for pointing it out. I have summarized repetitive phrasing and added my own thoughts and comments, so this should not be even remotely confused with a verbatim transcript. I think . . . → Read More: Douglas Rushkoff, Program or Be Programmed

Reflections on Theology of the Body, Part I

As we begin this new year, I’m going to publish some reflections on reclaiming the market square for faith and family. Fostering a family-friendly workplace specifically involves transcending the grand claims made by multi-cultural advocates (MCA). Policies advanced under this MCA worldview result in soggy solutions that are no substitute for the real work of forging partnerships among peoples and across cultures. Soggy solutions are rife with residual risks. . . . → Read More: Reflections on Theology of the Body, Part I

A walk in the forest…

Systems Thinking teaches us how to scale our perspective to study the forest or the trees, while Systems Engineering tells us what to do with the data we find.

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