As a leader, I’m finding myself forgiving myself often for failure. Sometimes, in several different areas. Sometimes, in the same area over and over again. My last blog post was last year, where I threatened that I was going to let this site just fall away, and disappear into the void. Well, I failed even at that.
In August I took a week long techno-sabbatical, completely self-imposed, of course. As a digital native, I have been consumed by being always-on connected–I had built a reputation that I could be reached at all times, and that my own personal space was open to anyone who asked: I checked Email, Facebook, Twitter, and other […]
TransLink opened the gates to Beta Testers for the new Compass tap-to-pass system. I am fortunate to be one of 10,000 volunteers chosen to tap a demo Compass card on the way on and off the various modes of transit. One one hand, I am excited to get the chance to try this technology out. […]
Those who know me know I have a difficult time being disconnected. As a child I had to stay up late so that I wouldn’t miss anything. I argue that I have to keep up with “all that computer stuff” because it’s my job. But really, it’s a dumb habit I got into, checking my […]
Just in case you were wondering what to get me for a Christmas present, I thought I’d help you out a bit. Wow. This new flagship keyboard from Roland, the BK-9 is pretty skookum.
Jul 31, 2012 by Tony Chung in Philosophy
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