The old debate about the lack of women on the speakers rosters at conferences is doing the rounds again. Jeremy Keith has a good round up if you’ve managed to miss it. For me, I’m going to think local for now. I’m going to put my hand up, I’m going to say yes when asked,… Continue reading What are you doing about diversity?
Yes, I know… we keep having this discussion, but the question doesn’t go away. It’s been around the traps again this week (see here and here). I particularly loved two ideas that Shelley put forward a recent post: programs like agile computing… are trying to compensate for behavioral characteristics that we’re finding out, now, cause… Continue reading A stage call for UX Rock Chicks
A friend told me this morning that apparently anger is the difference between those who survive and those who don’t. That sounded kind of profound. The more I think about it, the more I think she might be right. I’m not really an angry person… in fact, when I’m angry it’s more than likely I’m… Continue reading angry, angry, angry…
The Office 2.0 Podcast Jam kicks off tomorrow – so be sure to go check it out and get involved. There’s some really interesting stuff happening from kick off including podcasts from Richard MacManus, Rosemary Stasek (talking about her experiences in Afghanistan, now that’s a perspective you don’t get at your average conference), and Eric… Continue reading Jam On at Office 2.0 PodCast Jam!