I looked at Outlook.com when it launched and recently revisited. I connected a couple of my personal email accounts to it via POP3 without issue and started using it. It’s a pleasant change from OWA which always felt heavy. Its responsive but doesn’t give up the Outlook paradigm. It’s comfortable. It can drop all the […]Read more "Using Outlook.com"
One of the things I’ve been doing lately is pruning (again) the number of newsletter type emails I get. Some I’ve moved over to my feed reader, some I’ve just had to shut off for now. Often they are useful and interesting (and I still get some), I just don’t have the time and energy […]Read more "Unsubscribing"
Here’s one that I haven’t run into before. A colleague scheduled a meeting with someone else in the organization to work through a problem that keeps coming up and seems to be of those problems where everyone wants someone else to do the work. The other person declined the meeting without a comment, no offer […]Read more "Two of a Kind"
I’ve been experimenting with stories in the editorial, experiences of my own that are amusing and have some kind of interesting lesson embedded. Stories can be interesting, uplifting, even tiresome, not sure at all where the boundary is yet, or if it can even be defined that way. The good part about stories (and life […]Read more "Guest Editorial on SSC – Selling Used Cars/Experience Requires Repetition"