A quick note on my 18th read for the year, TW Hunt’s short book The Mind Of Christ. In many ways the books is a meditation on Philippians 2:5-11 which begins with the words, “Let this mind be in you which was also in Christ Jesus.” The book, which I’ve been reading slowly for the… Continue reading The Mind of Christ
My 17th ‘read’ for the year is another audio book: The Two Towers by JRR Tolkien. This is the second book in the Lord of the Rings trilogy and tells the middle section of two parallel stories. Such a structure suffers from the typical problems of a book in the middle of a story: neither… Continue reading The Two Towers
Twitter is often flooded with silly, argumentative, banal, or gossipy froth – at least in my feed anyway. But I also have the pleasure and privilege of connecting with some cool and talented people posting about topics and ideas that interest me. Somehow I’ve managed to connect with some incredible independent comics writers, artists, and… Continue reading The Misplaced
As a product owner working with a growing suite of products in an active market, I am frequently asked to “do a demo” of our product for a new prospect. Our development team, support team, and consulting team all work closely with each other and with the business development team and the marketing team to… Continue reading What’s in a demo?
My fifteenth book of the year is another graphic novel from Image: Kaptara volume 1 written by Chip Zdarsky and drawn by Kagan McLeod. It’s a wild tale of human beings stuck on a crazy planet with cat people, humanoid bugs, princesses and warriors, and a host of ridiculous creatures. The art style is enjoyable… Continue reading Kaptara volume 1
By temperament I am somewhat of an intellectual. I enjoy abstract conversations and discussions about the “right” way to do things. My personality type – according to tests like the Myers Briggs Temperament Indicator or the Enneagram – tends to the idealistic, meaning I place a high value on integrity and push myself and the… Continue reading Agile theory and messy reality