In 2014, I posted a few photos, I continued to work on technical communications at Wikimedia before a role change, I learned more about myself, I moved to California, and I hiked a lot.
Where our heroes embark on their second move a quarter of a world away, but not before planning it thoroughly.
This site has undergone a much needed early Spring cleanup.
More often than not, meetings are abused. Let me tell you a short story to help you understand why you should prepare your next meeting if you expect me to attend.
… and I’m neither saying you should, nor you shouldn’t.
Where our hero gets a new job and moves to the other side of the world.
An open letter to writers who restrict the content of their RSS feed to only include a short excerpt of their articles.
My former resume was a clean scientific resume in its form and layout. I had made it using LaTeX and it helped me find my two latest positions as a researcher. However, as a classic resume, it was as boring as the documents I usually disparage, so I decided to listen to my own advice: make the look support the content.
Where our hero rediscovers the irreplaceable value of user testing, and valiantly turns a rebel mollusc into an exotic flower.