Archive for April, 2006

Off to impart wisdom

Monday, April 17th, 2006

On a recent podcast interview (see my earlier post about Pomcast) we talked a lot about a commencement speech that Steve Jobs made at Stanford. There are many great takeaway lessons, but one that sticks out is where he talks about looking yourself in the mirror every morning and asking if this was the last […]

On Pomcast

Tuesday, April 4th, 2006

Yesterday morning I spent a couple of hours speaking with the mysterious “StuFF mc” of Pomcast fame. We had a nice long chat about software, technology, the Apple culture, and of course MemoryMiner. This one we did in English, and in a few more weeks, we’ll do one in French. To subscripbe to this podcast […]

MemoryMiner Goes to Carelton College

Saturday, April 1st, 2006

Back in February I came across a very flattering blog by a professor named John Schott at Carleton College in sunny Minnesota: I was quite flattered, and wrote to thank him for the kind words. Some very interesting conversations ensued, and as a result, I was invited to come to Carleton on April 18 […]