Myths are the very fabric of computing and technology, they explain why things work and often don’t work. Here the top 10 IT myths are dispelled. [Continue reading] Top 10 IT myths we must accept – resistance is futile
This post – adapted from a networking presentation – explains the birth and rationale behind the IT elementary school. [Continue reading] IT’s elementary – we are where we are
IT metaphors abound in computing and technology. A rich and imaginative set of borrowed and adapted words and ideas make it interesting, without jargon. [Continue reading] IT has more metaphors than you can shake a stick at!
How has technology affected the way we communicate? Here are tips for getting the message across now and with future communication technologies. [Continue reading] Communication technologies – past, present and future
The Second Curve is about meeting your destiny head-on, being one step ahead of atrophy and future-shock [Continue reading] The second curve – make your own future!
A spreadsheet is a simple yet powerful tool in an office suite, not just for techies and accountants! This short introduction explains some of the basics. [Continue reading] Spreadsheets ‘101’ Primer
There are IT heroines, but more are needed to remove the gender bias, get more females into technology and close the gender gap. [Continue reading] IT heroines and the female side of technology
What are the basic building blocks of your Business Model? The rationale, rules, risk, feedback, systems & performance that make everything happen. [Continue reading] Introducing the Golden Group – your business model starts here
Is the Customer still king? Understanding your users but looking after your Customers provides a 21st model for success. [Continue reading] Is the Customer still king?
There are a multitude of programming languages – and a lot of jargon – out there to confuse potential developers and IT outsiders. Here is the first part of an A to Z of terms. [Continue reading] A to Z of Programming Languages (part 1)