I continue to read two or more chapters per day from “Measure What Matters” by John Doerr. I wish I could have enough time per day.
The book is oriented to achieving business goals using something called OKRs. They are something like KPIs but the difference is in how they are generated, published, maintained, and evaluated. Continue reading “OKRs for Personal Goals”
This is the first post of a set which I am calling “Food for Thought”. The main idea of this blog is to describe and possibly discuss things of interest to computer scientist and software developers. Occasionally I run into topics for which I would like to generate a post. You should be able to identify them quite easy for the first three letters “FFT” which I will include in all the titles lacking technical content. Continue reading “FFT – Business After COVID-19”
This morning I finally had time to close my Linkedin account. I had been thinking to close the account for a couple years. In that time I have logged in a few times a year. I have seldom contacted people in my ‘network’. For the people I care to keep in touch with, I use email, my cell phone and text messages. That said; in the past few years I have been thinking about two reasons to close the account. Continue reading “Closed my Linkedin Account”
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Yesterday I was under the impression that all was well with the updates on my Windows 10 development computer. To learn more about it take a look at the section labeled ORIGINAL POST in this entry. Continue reading “While Switching to C++ (edited)”
I have been using Gmail for a long time. It works very well. I have accessed it from different countries. Love it. That said this morning I ran into an issue. I have run into similar issues in the past few months. Allow me to elaborate. I used to have a couple additional e-mail accounts hosted at Google with different domain names. When I bring up a new Chrome page and click on the Gmail link toward the top right side, it takes me to a SIGN IN page. This is something relatively new. When I click SIGN IN the email address that is displayed is one of the accounts that I no longer used. Today I tried to delete that email account. That is when hell broke loose. I am not able to log into my Gmail account at all. I am aware that I have received email messages due to people that have called my cell phone asking if I have received their message. Continue reading “Gmail Issues”