The Pocket Guide to BS Prevention. A great process to vet stories when Snopes fails to provide any info. “Sharing a piece of news with 900 Facebook friends is not talking. It’s publishing. And publishing BS is extremely destructive: It makes it harder for the rest of us to distinguish between bogus news and something real, awful, and urgent.”
Here are a few shots from last weekend.
I bet some of you are judging me for the “modern” grammar. That might be missing the point. ;-)
Whether you think you can, or you think you can’t—you’re right.
This afternoon,1 we decided to visit the Crystal Springs Rhododendron Garden. On the way, we hit some heavy rain, but the weather was nice when we arrived. We had most of the park to ourselves. When the rain finally arrived at the garden (with a little sleet and hail mixed in for variety) we decided it was time to leave.
This week I attended the annual Intel Agile and Lean Development Conference. This is the third time I have attended,1 and IMHO, it was the best by far. The conference was better arranged, having a basic day, an advanced day, and a day of keynotes with industry experts. For the first time, Intel invited members of the community.
Throughout the conference I took a bunch of notes. These are some of the resources mentioned in the classes and keynotes I attended.
I record them here so I can find them later. Maybe they’ll be useful for you, too. Continue reading
Flying home, I looked out the window to see the setting sun reflected on the nacelle and leading edge of the wing.
I had an early morning flight today so I chose the east side of the plane, hoping to catch the sunrise. My best shot was shortly after takeoff.