Sometimes I can’t believe what I’m doing. Sometimes I can’t believe that I’m living in a generation where we have access to technology that was the thing of science fiction (I am a little pissed we don’t have jetpacks and that everything isn’t holograms, but I’ll survive. Growing up, I thought I was going to be a lot of different things. Here’s a SMALL list of the things I thought I was going to be;
Back in January, I had the opportunity to host a panel at Podcamp 2017 with an incredible group of people that I admire greatly and I wanted to take the time to talk a little bit about that experience. This isn’t so much a review of that talk but rather how and why we put that panel together and the key takeaways from that session.
I was not supposed to host a panel on Women in Technology at Podcamp 2017. I wasn’t supposed to speak at all as one of the main organizers. But we had a speaker and a host drop out pretty late and so I was really excited to get to join the panel (and also to add my own talk later in the day.)
Recently, we had a provincial election. I want to start with a VERY large caveat which is that this is NOT a political post. This is not about which party I think was right, or wrong, or would be the best for the province or would be the worst for the province. I’ll admit that[…]
I’m an avid business/motivational reader. I love big idea books that challenge the way that we think and the way that we act and the way that we react and for me, few books have had such an impact in that field as Jason Fried’s Rework. It is a stark manifesto of the things we[…]