David Grady shows a clip, but here is the whole thing.Â It feels quite familiar. His TED Talk: Personally, I hated status meetings for one project but liked themÂ for another. The bad one was purely aboutÂ going over the project plan every week and 40% of the time was spent telling the project manager what to type… Continue reading TED Talk: End Bad Meetings
So I wear lots of geeky teeshirts. Many of these shirtsÂ have text on them. Maybe it is just me, but I want the text to be oriented the correct way when I take a photo of it. (You all are smart people, so it is not that I think you would be unable to read… Continue reading Phone camera and teeshirt selfies
The legal system heavily relies on eyewitness testimony. The erroneous thinking is that human memory works like a movie: events are committed to an infallible permanent storage system. Instead each time we recall a memory, we recall the memory of an earlier memory. If a detail was missing, then we can fill in information. The… Continue reading TED Talk: How reliable is your memory?
Is there a search engine that already does this? If not, then I hope one adds it. Please make it easier to find the quote context. Someone posts a quote on Facebook. I want to see the quote in context. When I search for the quote the results are of the same quote over and… Continue reading Search Engine: Quote Context
Choice overload first came to my attention through reading The Paradox of Choice: Why More Is Less. (Schwartz’ strategy.)Â Sheena Iyengar has some newer research on choosing. The difficulty is people BELIEVE they need more choices to make a good decision. Lots of choices make us happierÂ in part because we investÂ more time making one which in… Continue reading TED Talk: How to make choosing easier