Making ScholarWriter portable and researcher-friendly During the last few months, I have been packaging ScholarWriter into a portable version that… Read more Introducing ScholarWriter
As I switch projects and change my audience, I wondered whether I want to bother to write “that” formal paper after all. The new crowd aren’t interested; the last weren’t either if I be truthful.
I need new criteria for the new age of supply networks.
Little and often – the mantra of productive writers
This week, I started doodling again – with my left hand. I haven’t done that in years.
It seems that I doodle because part of my brain is bored. And I’ve only just figured that out.
Did you miss out on learning to tell stories at school? I did Latin at school. I am mostly OK… Read more 1 more framework to tell a story or design an engaging event
How deep is your positive thinking? So you’ve resolved to live happily ever after? And your friends and colleagues are… Read more Test your positive thinking: make yourself the main character and feel pain
Mind tidying When you were a kid, did you clamor for the responsibility of untangling a ball of string, or… Read more CMT? Compulsive mind tidying!
Sometimes during the working day, I arrive at a website. I have no idea how I got there and I… Read more Poetry and essays on the Hero’s Journey