Category Archives: Lifelogging

Lifelong Learning

Covid Deaths in U.S.:  966,000         Get Vaccinated! Stop the War in Ukraine! After two years of reading a lot of escapist mystery novels to survive Covid isolation, I decided it was time to get back to learning. I’ve … Continue reading

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He saw me

Day 162 of Self Quarantine             Covid 19 Deaths in U.S.:  175,000 In the fall of 2014 I attended my first TEDxRainier Seattle in the Opera Hall at the Seattle Center.  Each of the speakers had … Continue reading

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I want to be out on the streets of Seattle and DC protesting

Day 83 of Self Quarantine                       Covid 19 Deaths in U.S.:  109,000 It is so hard to watch the daily news showing peaceful protesters demonstrating against all that is wrong with … Continue reading

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Lifelet: I love my Fitbit!

I love my Fitbit! I had not worn a watch or any device on my arms since I experienced an Outward Bound trip in the 1980s.  Through the Employee Health benefits of Conga, I ordered a Fitbit Alta HR and … Continue reading

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Lifelet: NASA unveils earth selfie

Sometimes cool stuff just shows up. Today it was the unveiling of NASA’s “global selfie“. NASA asked people around the world to take a selfie and submit it on earth day. They organized the selfie’s into a global view of … Continue reading

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Lifelet: Things you don’t think about on Halloween

I went to get some cash out of our Bank of America ATM and found this handwritten sign. Sometimes you just have to let the pictures speak for themselves: Lifelets are brief glimpses of daily life that are small creative acts … Continue reading

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Lifelet: He made me think!

While writing my blog post today on “Epistemology of Software,” I credited Drew Paine with “making me think.” In 1981, I worked for an executive vice president at Digital Equipment Corporation, Don Busiek. Whenever Don would introduce me to someone, … Continue reading

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Lifelet: Growing Alice

On a beautiful fall, sunny day in Seattle, Alice’s parents asked us if we could give them a break and babysit for the little girl. Oh, twist our arms. The day before, my loving bride uploaded eight months of photos … Continue reading

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Lifelet: UW ESPN Game Day

No way I could get up at 4am to be a part of ESPN’s College Game Day at the University of Washington. But the next best thing was scheduling a meeting with my HCDE colleagues the day before the game … Continue reading

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Lifelet: Kickin’ it in Silicon Valley

One of the treats of collaborating with a wide range of entrepreneurs is the occasional working trip to Silicon Valley. Enjoy a few images from the many forms of “creative environments” to bring out the best of the entrepreneur. For … Continue reading

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