The problem that bedevils organizations once they reach a certain size is that narrow, conventional logic is the natural mode of thinking for thew risk-averse bureaucrat or executive. There is a simple reason for this: you can never be fired for being logical.
In 2020 I read 15 nonfiction books, 5 novels, and
I recently built a static site generator that scratched quite a few itches for me, not least of all being 'learning python'. The project was relatively straightforward: you can put your photos into a folder structure, run the code, and out pops a simple, static HTML/CSS site.
On the uses and misuses of "MVPs" I recently built
Much of our known history is told through artifacts that we have left behind. How will this continue in the age of digital media?