“Our goals can only be reached through a vehicle of a plan, in which we must fervently believe, and upon which we must vigorously act.
I must not fear. Fear is the mind-killer. Fear is the little-death that brings total obliteration. I will face my fear. I will permit it to
For many, productivity is a synonym of work productivity. This year’s pandemic had many reassessed this very narrow definition. In fact, at this year major
Over two years ago, I made a proposal for a 20 000-foot Kanban-like visualization concept for Cultured Code Things 3 task manager. This was in
Due to COVID-19, many meetings went virtual. This was the case of the main meeting in my field. For that meeting, we were asked to
As I previously stated, we are currently living the largest social and professional experiment of our time in which many activities have moved to digital,
Over the past few weeks a lot of us have become, willingly or forced, the participants in the largest unplanned international experiment of our time.
Top educator and COMP gold medal winner Prof. Jerry Battista from Western Ontario has decided to make available materials that he is using in his
In case you’ve missed this one, an interesting analysis was recently published in Nature on citations of manuscripts published in predatory journal. If you contrast
A rare post in French on a conference I gave last year on the status of author taken by students, mainly in the context of
[This post was originally published over 6 years ago. It is still extremely relevant!] Recently saw a comment by a student about not being advised
I love science. I hate supposition, superstition, exaggeration and falsified data. Show me the research, show me the results, show me the conclusions – and
***UPDATE: URL to MedScint website corrected François Therriault-Proulx, a former PhD student of mine, decided sometimes ago that he would transformed a technology he co-developped
Science has a culture that is inherently cautious and that is normally not a bad thing. You could even say conservative, because of the peer
This is the second (and last) installment in dealing with e-mails. It assumes that you have read the first one, basic ethos. If you have