Category Archives: Humor

What could an old fart possibly know about technology?

The day started with my wonderful son-in-law sending me a reminder of how ancient a technology mariner I am. He’d found this “What if?” answer from XKCD on “If all digital data were stored on punch cards, how big would … Continue reading

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Code Mocking? How about business plan mocking?

After 40 years of participating in software code reviews, I couldn’t stop laughing when I encountered a recent Scott Adams‘ Dilbert cartoon: Many is the code review meeting that I wished I could stand up and start mocking the fruits of … Continue reading

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Too Funny for Words – NFL Highlights

I cannot remember ever laughing out loud and falling out of my chair while watching an NFL “professional” football game.  However the recent game between the New York Jets and the New England Patriots had us laughing even through our … Continue reading

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Some Days You Just Need a little Dilbert

As I near the end of another quarter teaching a wonderful group of Human Centered Design and Engineering (HCDE) graduate students while juggling consulting clients, I need to ground myself in the eternal wisdom of Dilbert.  Here are a few … Continue reading

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Hiding in Plain Sight

While walking on Fourth Avenue in Seattle on a bright autumn day (a route I walk quiet often), an array of multi-colored flowers caught my eye.  I admired their beauty on this sunny day and kept on walking.  About 20 … Continue reading

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A little eDiscovery Humor

As I step back into the world of legal eDiscovery, it is a delight to see that this market segment has finally achieved market notoriety – cartoons are showing up making fun of the work of our dedicated professionals.  CaseCentral … Continue reading

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Tilting at the Windmill of New Product Development

I’m getting that three year itch to build another software product. There is just something in me that loves identifying a latent unmet need and then doing the user research to design an appropriate product. As much as I continue … Continue reading

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