Archive for November 2003
Google�s greatest application as an �HR tool� is not in the corporation � it is out among the free agents, consultants and entrepreneurs who live and work by reputation and experience. It is here where �Google numbers� become very important.
In new studies, scientists are discovering the neurobiological underpinnings of romantic love.
some named templates, which recursively call themselves to process the URI piece-by-piece
new way of doing tabbed nav in CSS
Bookmarklets are free tools to help with repetitive or otherwise impossible tasks in your web browser
Recent iSociety report on the state of IT in UK industry.
American writer Laura Kipnis has provoked a storm in the US with a new book attacking marriage. Here, she explains why monogamy turns nice people into petty dictators and household tyrants
Gotchas with CSS margin collapse
It's not a bug - it's a gotcha. A "gotcha" is a feature or function which works as advertised - but not as expected.
A useful idea, no implementation yet...
Here are some ports of common GNU utilities to native Win32. In this context, native means the executables do only depend on the Microsoft C-runtime (msvcrt.dll) and not an emulation layer like that provided by Cygwin tools.
Martin Seligman's positive psychology - "Authentic Happiness"
A theatrical gem in an unexpected place...
Hal Macomber posts comparison of the two methods by Clarke Ching
Wiki for users of Moveable Type
Denham Grey on the importance of questions
Loads of useful stuff on programming
Building a living glossary - Denham Grey
The interdependence of the structure, information and presentation dimensions
Dunstan Orchard improves Simon Willison's script by handling non-URL citations
Paul Hammond shows how to insert a source link in blockquotes
Collection of papers by John Boyd (of OODA fame)
Website about solution-focused coaching
Lots of coaching-related articles at home page for Mike Munro-Turner's coaching and mentoring practice
moved over to the TikiWiki
package. Please update any links you may have to the old Wiki
Collection of further reading on Solution-Focused Coaching
Frank Patrick has collected a whole bunch of useful links on Project Portfolio Management
Lilia categorises knowledge work as 'a system of activity in three interrelated spaces': Idea Space, People Space, I Space