There’s a sensitivity to talk about jobs, looking for other jobs and hiring that few really do it in the .edu blogging world unless they’re mentioning leaving their own jobs. It makes sense, no one wants their boss or someone else showing up o
“You can’t really understand another person’s experience until you’ve walked a mile in their shoes.”
So goes the old story, parable, proverb, or whatever you want to call it. It’s a seminal truth tied to our need to deve
A couple of weeks ago, I presented a workshop on being more human in social media at the Minnewebcon conference.
For those who don’t know, I think Minnewebcon is one of the most interesting combinations of tech and marketing and communication because
I’ve been building things my whole life. I know developer nerds have a knack of citing all of the random programs they’ve over the years. For me, that’s organizations.
Back when I was about 14, I took a summer off from tennis. You see, ba