There is Nothing so Unequal as the Equal Treatment of Unequals – Leadership and the One Minute Manager If someone would have told me 15 years
Recently changed my early 2012 15″ MacBook Pro Retina (quad core i7, 16Gb) for the new 13″ Pro Retina (dual core i7, 16Gb). I passed
Made my first flight I was 9 years old. I remember vividly that you could ask and go talk with the pilot in the cabin.
Progress always involves risks. You can’t steal second base and keep your foot on first base. – Frederick B. Wilcox Coming back from attending a
It is now well established that multitasking is impacting productivity significantly. If you do a quick Google search with the terms “multitasking and productivity”, you
My very first manuscript published in Physical Review Letters (major physics journal!) came about by drawing figures on piece of papers (basically mocked-up figures) with
Major publisher retracts 43 scientific papers amid wider fake peer-review scandal – The Washington Post.
SOME OF WHAT WE CONSIDER, WHEN WE SET THE DOOMSDAY CLOCK Doomsday Dashboard | Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists.
One of the problem with going digital is that something you get stuck with a need to jot down notes or drawing but you do
After three years of existance, it was time to adopt a new visual look for this blog. Hope you like it 😉
Last week I published on this blog an AppleScript code for collecting tasks from text files (meeting notes, conferences notes and so on) stored in or taken
On Saturday March 14 2015, enjoy pi day, all day…3.14.15. Even better mark a pause, or set an alarm, at 9h26:53 😉
So the Apple Watch is now out. I like technology and gadget. The iPod, iPhone and iPad all made sense to me. Apple Watch could
For sometimes now, I went fully digital when attending meetings (one on one, research, scientific congress or even committee meetings). I adopted the iPad for that task
“Technology is like a fish. The longer it stays on the shelf, the less desirable it becomes.” – Andrew Heller The image below represent blank