A Story of Criticism If there is one thing being a writer has taught me, it’s to accept criticism graciously, without letting negative comments bother me much. That isn’t easy and takes some time for many of us to accomplish. Some of us never achieve it. Thing is, if somebody … Continue reading →
Some people in senior management roles aren’t aware that services exist to help with document-generation work. This is especially true in the semiconductor sector, where a large percentage of executives have a technical background. They simply aren’t all that familiar with resources people trained in marketing take for granted. As … Continue reading →
Having worked as an engineer in manufacturing and other aspects of the technology sector for the better part of 20 years, I have a lot of experience with product quality. One thing that really gets under my skin is poor quality with an apathetic attitude toward fixing it. When I … Continue reading →
Losers Exist, Don’t Hire Them. That’s what Bryan Goldberg says in this pandodaily article*, and he has some valid points. Some people don’t interview well, yet can make tremendous contributions to an organization. Throwing the hard interview questions at a candidate has a place and purpose, but it isn’t going … Continue reading →
I found this window at ASU Skysong. I believe these are the fundamental marketing particles discovered Murry Gell-Mann before he turned his attention to physics. Tagged on: Humor, marketing, Murry Gell-Mann
On the fiction side over the weekend, I sold a short story called avast( ); to the new magazine Blue Shift. As it turns out, my story was the very first one ever accepted into the publication. Edits are forthcoming and there may be a title change. Details will be … Continue reading →
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