Hyperopia

Short-sightedness is a common eye condition, also known as myopia. It could be said that by and large, society is myopic – most individuals certainly are. I was sat in a café today and noticed someone reading a Daniel Kahneman book at a distant table. I was sat without my glasses on and as I’m long-sighted I often look at what is going on elsewhere … Continue reading Hyperopia

Since there’s time to read…

…choose carefully. One positive that I’ve seen widely reported about the Coronavirus, is that the attendant isolation is going to give a lot of people more time to read and reflect than they normally have. There’s a danger that this time will be spent just following headlines about the virus and the disruption that it is causing, of course. All the more reason to improve … Continue reading Since there’s time to read…

Success and #sbglife

Some former colleagues of mine now work for Sky Betting and Gaming – they seem to be enjoying their #sbglife. The software development side of that business appears innovative, well resourced, and well led. The developers are are doing good technical work in an environment that helps them stay productive. A success story, perhaps. I’m reminded of going quickly, but in the wrong direction. If … Continue reading Success and #sbglife