Monthly Archives: July 2011

Hacker camp idea – what do you think? I’m happy to organize one.

Fun, non business, non commercial hacking fun. – 3 days, 2 nights – With fast internet – Fast LAN, Fast Wifi, power strips everywhere (for laptops, and other useless gadgetry) – Non free, paid accomodation, food – Perhaps some sponsors … Continue reading

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N.A.D.D.

I just finished reading Guns of the South (tip of the hat to JayBees for the recommendation). The gist of the book is straight forward, yet odd… what if, during the Civil War, the South became equipped with a lot … Continue reading

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The Nerd Handbook

A nerd needs a project because a nerd builds stuff. All the time. Those lulls in the conversation over dinner? That’s the nerd working on his project in his head. It’s unlikely that this project is a nerd’s day job … Continue reading

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Bored People Quit

Much has been written about employee motivation and retention. It’s written by folks who actively use words like motivation and retention and generally don’t have a clue about the daily necessity of keeping your team professionally content because they’ve either … Continue reading

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